By Arthur A. Oliner, Eric A. Ash, G.W. Farnell, H.M. Gerard, A.A. Oliner, A.J. Slobodnik Jr., H.I. Smith
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Shear and surface wave velocities for propagation on the ( l l l ) plane of Nickel and KCI. 24) is dominated by the terms in u 2. Thus, for most cases the electrical terms and the electromechanical terms can be treated as perturbations for energy considerations in fi'eely propagating ultrasonic waves. O f course, in dealing with coupling between electrical circuits and the acoustic wave, such perturbations become of primary importance, and this electromechanical coupling will be illustrated for many surface wave geometries in succeeding chapters.
2 I11 O~ ",\\ I 2 :3 -X¥x Fig. 10. Magnitudes of vertical and longitudinal displacement components for propagation in the Z directionon the Yface(XZ plane) of LiNbOa for surface free and metallized. 39) high electromechanical coupling, low losses, ease of fabrication, ready availability, and several other attractive attributes for surface waves so that it will be the material most discussed in the later chapters. The Y Z geometry for LiNbO 3 satisfies the symmetry condition 1) above in that sagittal-plane is then a mirror plane of the substrate crystal.
7. The small squares indicate that the SH wave 30 G. W. Farnell satisfies the free surface boundary conditions for propagation along the cubic axis and along the  direction. Note that in Fig. 5, the latter bulk wave was labelled SV with respect to the basal plane. It is seen that, for r/> 1, the velocity curve for the SH bulk wave in Fig. 7 is concave upwards while for r/< 1 it is concave downwards. This time, for the case of r/appreciably greater than unity (nickel), the surface wave is well behaved at all angles, its velocity depends on the angle of propagation, and, for propagation along  or  where the sagittal plane is a mirror plane, only sagittal-plane displacements are involved, but for intermediate directions all three displacement components are present.