## Brillouin scattering in pure and mixed cubic crystals |

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Therefore, the four non-zero quantities to be evaluated in Eq. (3-70) are □v The

terms of Eq. (3-71) represent the contributing elements of the product of the

matrix elements given in Eq. (3-66), the same product being part of as

Therefore, the four non-zero quantities to be evaluated in Eq. (3-70) are □v The

terms of Eq. (3-71) represent the contributing elements of the product of the

matrix elements given in Eq. (3-66), the same product being part of as

**given by****Eq**.Page 41

procedure for calculating the other three terms is similar to that just

extending from

of the ...

**Eq**. (3-82) is only one term of the four in**Eq**. (3-71) that need to be evaluated. Theprocedure for calculating the other three terms is similar to that just

**given**extending from

**Eq**. (3-72) to**Eq**. (3-82), the results differing only through the formof the ...

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The experimental results

predictions of

sections of this chapter it has been shown how the interaction terms linear and

quadratic in ...

The experimental results

**given**in Chapter V are in good agreement with thepredictions of

**Eq**. (3-113). III - 11 An Alternative Approach In the previoussections of this chapter it has been shown how the interaction terms linear and

quadratic in ...

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