## Physical Properties of Crystals |

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6 Su S1, Sail symmetry or | No fixed rela- | 1, San Sas | no symmetry |

crystal- Sai Sas Sas lographic axes t Axes of symmetry may be rotation axes or

inversion axes. f The setting of the reference axes 21, z2, as in column 6 in

relation to ...

6 Su S1, Sail symmetry or | No fixed rela- | 1, San Sas | no symmetry |

**tion**tocrystal- Sai Sas Sas lographic axes t Axes of symmetry may be rotation axes or

inversion axes. f The setting of the reference axes 21, z2, as in column 6 in

relation to ...

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Corresponding to equation (1) of Chapter III, we have D = ko E-HP, (1) where ko

is a scalar constant, the permittivity of a vacuum, with the numerical value in

rationalized m.k.s. D units of 8.854 × 10-1”.f The vector rela*

in ...

Corresponding to equation (1) of Chapter III, we have D = ko E-HP, (1) where ko

is a scalar constant, the permittivity of a vacuum, with the numerical value in

rationalized m.k.s. D units of 8.854 × 10-1”.f The vector rela*

**tion**(1) is illustratedin ...

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Since's = cos", we obtain

sphere drawn in a calcite crystal, showing the unstretched cone. and, inserting

the values given in Table 6, we find 6 = 64.7°. The thermal deformation of a unit

sphere ...

Since's = cos", we obtain

**tion**(greatly exaggerated) of a unit tan”6 = –03/04,sphere drawn in a calcite crystal, showing the unstretched cone. and, inserting

the values given in Table 6, we find 6 = 64.7°. The thermal deformation of a unit

sphere ...

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THE GROUND WORK OF CRYSTAL PHYSICS | 3 |

Summary | 29 |

EQUILIBRIUM PROPERTIES | 45 |

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