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For simplicity the block drawings above represent the

in energy. The actual

results of a calculation by Koster for nickel. The width of the band is about 2.8 ev.

For simplicity the block drawings above represent the

**density**of states as uniformin energy. The actual

**density**may be quite far from uniform: Fig. 12.19 gives theresults of a calculation by Koster for nickel. The width of the band is about 2.8 ev.

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imately to the charge |e| times the equilibrium hole

times the mean diffusion velocity vp, which we may take to be of the order of the

diffusion length Lp = (Dptp)h divided by the lifetime tp. Thus vp = (DPTPy<yTp =

dp/l ...

imately to the charge |e| times the equilibrium hole

**density**p„ in the n regiontimes the mean diffusion velocity vp, which we may take to be of the order of the

diffusion length Lp = (Dptp)h divided by the lifetime tp. Thus vp = (DPTPy<yTp =

dp/l ...

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In a cubic crystal the elastic energy

evy2 + e«2) + ^C4i(ew2 + ev? + ezz2) + ci2(evve„ + eixe,z + ^e,,), and the

magnetic anisotropy energy

In a cubic crystal the elastic energy

**density**is, according to (4.22), V, = TCn(e„2 +evy2 + e«2) + ^C4i(ew2 + ev? + ezz2) + ci2(evve„ + eixe,z + ^e,,), and the

magnetic anisotropy energy

**density**is, from (15.32), Ua ~ K(aiW + «jW + «»2aiS).### What people are saying - Write a review

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DIFFRACTION OF XRAYS BY CRYSTALS | 44 |

CLASSIFICATION OF SOLIDS LATTICE ENERGY | 63 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 85 |

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