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EFFECT OF FERMI - DIRAC

EFFECT OF FERMI - DIRAC

**DISTRIBUTION**ON THE ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY It is a somewhat surprising fact that the introduction of the FermiDirac**distribution**in place of the classical Maxwell - Boltzmann**distribution**usually has little ...Page 264

The corresponding situation with the Fermi - Dirac

The corresponding situation with the Fermi - Dirac

**distribution**is shown in Fig . 10.7 . The exclusion principle has no effect on the Plug , 0 ) ( ) Ur P ( ug , T ) eEr / m ( o ) P ( uz , T ) - P ( vx , 0 ) Vg ( c ) B Fig . 10.7 .Page 571

The potential i is that of a structure with a Gaussian

The potential i is that of a structure with a Gaussian

**distribution**of charge situated at each ion site , with signs the same as those of the real ions . According to the definition of the Madelung constant , the charge**distribution**on ...### 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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