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7, were themselves planes of crystalline mirror symmetry. 6, 17]. Whereas in the mirror plane cases the bulk shear waves at any angle were polarized either parallel (SH) or perpendicular (SV) to the plane, here, on the (111) plane, the polarization, relative to the plane, of the bulk shear waves is not so simple except along the direction marked 30 ° in Fig. 8, where the polarization of one is SH. Along the  direction, the two shear modes are pure shear polarized perpendicular to the propagation direction but are not SV or SH.
Also, the decay of the displacement amplitude here is a simple exponential. 37b) Types and Properties of Surface Waves 41 with er = e'0/(~0 + e,~~) for a free surface. Since b 2 is much less than unity, the phase velocity is very close to that of the SH bulk wave, even closer for the free surface case because, for most piezoelectrics, er <~ 1. Similarly, the depth o f penetration of the wave is much greater for the free than for the shorted surface. For the case considered, YX propagation in a 6 m m crystal, the algebra is particularly simple because the plane of propagation happens to be a mirror plane.
Little would be added here by further discussion of this general piezoelectric case, but two special examples are important enough in themselves to warrant separate discussion. Before considering these particular piezoelectric examples, it is worthwhile to note two conditions on the crystal symmetry with respect to the coordinate axes o f Fig. 2. 26]. 1) If the sagittal plane is a plane of mirror symmetry of the crystal, x 1 is a pure-mode axis for the surface wave which then involves only the potential and the sagittal-plane components of displacement and may be termed a stiffened Rayleigh wave.