Thermophysical properties of materials
This book considers how properties such as elasticity, heat capacity, thermal expansion, electrical and thermal conductivity are influenced by, e.g. crystal structure, lattice defects, macroscopic inclusions, temperature, pressure, electric and magnetic fields.
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Energies and structures of lattices
Empirical rules related to atomic volumes
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alloys anharmonic effects anisotropic approximation atomic volume average Barron bulk modulus calculated cell co(n co(q consider contribution crystal structure cubic lattice Debye model Debye temperature defined dislocation dynamical matrix Einstein model elastic constants elastic properties electrical conductivity electron-phonon entropy equation equilibrium Example expansion coefficient expression F(co factor Fermi level force constant free energy function gives graphite Griineisen parameter Grimvall Gruneisen harmonic Hashin Hashin-Shtrikman bounds heat capacity hexagonal high temperatures impurity integral interactions isotropic lattice parameter lattice vibrations Lett linear longitudinal low temperatures magnetic many-body mass material N(EF NaCl obtained phase phonon phonon frequencies Phys Physics polycrystalline pressure quantity relations resistivity result scattering shear modulus single crystal solid sound velocity spin strain Table temperature dependence theoretical theory thermal conductivity thermal displacement thermal expansion thermodynamic transition metals transverse transverse modes vacancies varies wave vector Young's modulus