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Is this [tex]\delta_{i,j}[/tex] Kronecker delta?

In my notebook I have relation:

[tex]Q_{i,j}=\frac{3}{2}eQ_0(x_ix_j-\frac{1}{3}\delta_{i,j})[/tex]

When direction of external field are the direction of symmetry axis [tex]Q=Q_0[/tex].

In which book I can find more about this?

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# Quadrupole moment

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