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Diagram 341 WOW! Signal Brillouin Zone Lattice Reciprocal Space Boundaries

June 29, 2016

Diagram 341 WOW! Signal Brillouin Zone Lattice Reciprocal Space Boundaries

see Diagram 341 here:

the idea girl says

Diagram 341 WOW! Signal Brillouin Zone Lattice Reciprocal Space Boundaries

blue book notes 1 page 110, cooled plasma formulas page 6 notes

formula keyword notes

page 118 notes, 110, for Diagram 341

google (on my to do list!) electron lattice potential, page 110, 117, 118, 119

free electron model page 113

dielectric function of the electron gas (interacting) page 119, 120

see wiki quote page 111

you see a square on the left with a middle dot and then a sequence of three dots on each side of the square

then on the right it’s a b)…

arrows point to middle of square Brillouin ZONE in both pictures

you see that the dots are on the outside of the lattice

the reciprocal lattices (dots) and corresponding first Brillouin zones of (a) squared lattic and (b) lexagonal lattice (see diagram sketch)

a defined cell in reciprocal space

The boundaries – planes related to points on the reciprocal lattice (momentum space K-space)

notes on left say

unklapp scattering

heat transfers quickly with high thermal conductivity

slower with low thermal conduction

add notes from page 118, 119 to blog diagram 341.


lattice energy page 110 google #3 notes

quote wiki

potential energy, the energy required to break apart an ionic solid and convert its compoenent atoms into gaseous ions. lattice energy is aloways (+) positive =

endothermic reaction


lattice energy – reverse process (with HEF higgs electric field) my thoughts:

energy is ^ up arrow released when gaseous ions bind to formanionic solid

exothermic lattice energy is (-) negative

(two wormhole ends – my thoughts)

units KJ/mol

The stability of ionic solids.

The crystalline structure allows each ion to interact with multipole oppositely charged IONS.

A lot of energy is released (HIGHER AMPLITUDES – my thoughts) as the oppositely charged IONS INTERACT.

ionic solids ^ up arrows

high melting & boiling points (GAS PRESSURE)

needs ^ UP arrow high temperature to decompose to MELT or boiLING POINT

quote page 119 march 30, 2015 continues notes from page 110

quote born – haber cycle

Ionization energy – energy required to remove an electron from a neutral atom or an ion –> input of energy (laser) + value ionization energy ) increases across the perodic table from left |—> to right, and V down arrow , decreases from top to bottom.

see Diagrams 341 – 366 for formula’s instructions. page 110 – 120 wormhole end is a keyword.

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