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Quantum Mechanics of Electrons in Crystal Lattices
Introduction .–Through the work of Bloch our understanding of the behaviour of electrons in crystal lattices has been much advanced. The principal idea of Bloch’s theory is the assumption that the
On the Theory of Dispersion of X-Rays
After a brief summary of the ideas underlying the quantum theory of dispersion it is shown that it can be applied to the refraction of x-rays, although the assumption that the number of atoms in a
On the theory of extraction from falling droplets II
The theory of extraction of a substance, dissolved in droplets of a fluid, when these are falling (or rising) in an other fluid under the influence of gravity, is specialized for the case that the
The Quantum Theory of Dispersion in Metallic Conductors. II
1. Introduction.—In a previous paper* the optical properties of metals were discussed on the basis of Bloch’s theory of metallic conduction, f According to this theory the action on a given
Spinning Electrons and the Structure of Spectra
RECENTLY Uhlenbeck and Goudsmit (NATURE, February 20, p. 264; see also Naturw., November 20, 1925) have directed attention to the fact that a number of features of multiplet structure and the
ON THE THEORY OF THE HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER FROM A SPHERE IN A FLOWING MEDIUM AT LOW VALUES OF REYNOLDS' NUMBER
A perturbation method is developed for computing the heat transfer from a sphere at uniform constant temperature to a medium flowing past it as a function of the radius of the sphere, the velocity of
Band Spectra and Molecular Structure
The Dielectric Constant of Symmetrical Polyatomic Dipole-Gases on the New Quantum Mechanics.
  • R. Kronig
  • Physics
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
  • 1 October 1926
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