## Physical Properties of Crystals |

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Equations (5) may be

or, more compactly ... to be automatically understood. With this convention, (7), (8

) and (9) are equivalent ways of

Equations (5) may be

**written**3 p1 = XT, q; j = 1 3 192 =2,794, » (7) 3. 193 =2,7. q;or, more compactly ... to be automatically understood. With this convention, (7), (8

) and (9) are equivalent ways of

**writing**the original equations (5). j in equations ...Page 115

The array of dig

da, das ds. das das is a matrix. It will be observed that the rows of this matrix

correspond to the layers in the arrangement (13). The matrix notation has the ...

The array of dig

**written**out as du dis dis dis dis dis s: dea des da, das o ( I 8) daida, das ds. das das is a matrix. It will be observed that the rows of this matrix

correspond to the layers in the arrangement (13). The matrix notation has the ...

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Similarly, for the magnetic permeability, B = p.H. (13) The pyroelectric effect given

by AP = p, AT [Ch. IV, (21)] may be

single-column matrices. Notice here that the multiplication of a matrix by a single

...

Similarly, for the magnetic permeability, B = p.H. (13) The pyroelectric effect given

by AP = p, AT [Ch. IV, (21)] may be

**written**AP = p^T, (14) where AP and p aresingle-column matrices. Notice here that the multiplication of a matrix by a single

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THE GROUND WORK OF CRYSTAL PHYSICS | 3 |

Summary | 29 |

EQUILIBRIUM PROPERTIES | 45 |

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