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Chapter 10 Solids 10.1 Molecular Solids 10.2 Ionic Solids 10.3 Metals 10.3.1 Lithium 10.3.2 One-dimensional crystals 103
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104 CHAPTER 10. SOLIDS 10.3.3 Wave functions of one-dimensional crystals 10.3.4 Analysis of the wave functions 10.3.5 Floquet (Bloch) theory 10.3.6 Fourier analysis 10.3.7 The reciprocal lattice 10.3.8 The energy levels 10.3.9 Merging and splitting bands
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Unformatted text preview: 10.3.10 Three-dimensional metals 10.4. COVALENT MATERIALS 105 10.4 Covalent Materials 10.5 Free-Electron Gas 10.5.1 Lattice for the free electrons 10.5.2 Occupied states and Brillouin zones 10.6 Nearly-Free Electrons 10.6.1 Energy changes due to a weak lattice potential 10.6.2 Discussion of the energy changes...
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