Table of contents for Physical properties of crystals : their representation by tensors and matrices / by J.F. Nye.


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Notation
Introduction
Part I: General Principles
1. The Groundwork of Crystal Physics
2. Transformations and Second-Rank Tensors: Further Developments
PART 2. EQUILIBRIUM PROPERTIES
3. Paramagnetic and Diamagnetic Susceptibility
4. Electric Polarization
5. The Stress Tensor
6. The Strain Tensor and Thermal Expansion
7. Piezoelectricity. Third-rank Tensors
8. Elasticity. Fourth-rank Tensors
9. The Matrix Method
10. Thermodynamics of Equilibrium Properties of Crystals
Part 3. Transport Properties
11. Thermal and Electrical Conductivity
12. Thermoelectricity
Part 4. Crystal Optics
13. Natural and Artificial Double Refraction. Second-Order Effects
14. Optical Activity
Appendixes
Bibliography
Supplementary References and Notes (1985)
Solutions to the Exercises with Notes
Index of Names
Index of Subjects



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Crystals.
Calculus of tensors.
Matrices.