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To understand the origin of

structure both above and below the transition, and calculation of the spontaneous

dipole moment in the

atomic ...

To understand the origin of

**ferroelectricity**requires knowledge of the crystalstructure both above and below the transition, and calculation of the spontaneous

dipole moment in the

**ferroelectric**phase proceeds from a knowledge of theatomic ...

Page 153

In the case of

related to the usual static dielectric susceptibility and Eq. (39) is an expression of

the well-known Curie Law. It should be made clear however that our

interpretation of ...

In the case of

**ferroelectric**transitions (see Section E) the quantity Z., may berelated to the usual static dielectric susceptibility and Eq. (39) is an expression of

the well-known Curie Law. It should be made clear however that our

interpretation of ...

Page 154

If, as a first approximation, one assumes that only one of the TO frequencies is

temperature dependent (Cochran, 1960), the static dielectric constant and the

crystals ...

If, as a first approximation, one assumes that only one of the TO frequencies is

temperature dependent (Cochran, 1960), the static dielectric constant and the

**ferroelectric**mode susceptibility vary proportionally to one another. In realcrystals ...

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### Contents

Neutron Production and Detection | 12 |

Basic Scattering Theory | 21 |

Diffraction from Crystals | 30 |

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