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The energy gap at the zone boundary is 2U = 1. A large value of U has deliberately been chosen for this illustration, too large for the two-plane waves approximation to be accurate. A20) or + ∼ cos r/a − ∼ sin r/a These are two standing waves. A18). The function + piles up electrons (negative charge) on the positive ions centred at x = 0 a 2a , where the potential is lowest. That is why it has lower energy + . The other function − concentrates electrons away from the ion cores, where the potential is higher.
Substances with a positive susceptibility are called paramagnetic. Electronic paramagnetism (positive contribution to ) is found in different classes of materials which have permanent electronic dipole moments disordered in the absence of an external magnetic ﬁeld. 1]: (i) atoms, molecules and lattice defects possessing an odd number of electrons, as here the total spin of the system is not zero; (ii) free atoms and ions with a partly ﬁlled inner shell: transition elements; rare earth and actinide elements; (iii) some compounds with an even number of electrons, including molecular oxygen and organic biradicals; (iv) metals.
23) 36 Introduction to Theory of Solids where a r − l is an atomic orbital for a free atom in position l and Na is the number of atoms in the crystal. This function is a series of strongly localized atomic orbitals, multiplied by the wave phase factor exp ik · l . 25) r l In the crystal, the positive ions attract electrons on neighbouring lattice sites resulting in lowering the effective potential from Va r to V r , see Fig. 4. 26) with Va r > V r . 4 Atomic (broken line) and ionic (solid line) potentials in crystal.