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zero . Low temperatures ( kT « Ep ) . Quantum

electron gas . Quantum

Quantum

**theory**of free particles in a box . Fermi - Dirac distribution law . Absolutezero . Low temperatures ( kT « Ep ) . Quantum

**theory**of the heat capacity of theelectron gas . Quantum

**theory**of spin paramagnetism . Effect of Fermi - Dirac ...Page 269

... for sodium at room temperature , using the observed conductivity . 10 . 10 . *

Apply the Boltzmann transport equation to the free electron

thermoelectric effects , following the treatment in the book by Seitz listed in the

references .

... for sodium at room temperature , using the observed conductivity . 10 . 10 . *

Apply the Boltzmann transport equation to the free electron

**theory**ofthermoelectric effects , following the treatment in the book by Seitz listed in the

references .

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This situation represented a famous unsolved problem until clarified by band

charges . We shall see that on band

otherwise ...

This situation represented a famous unsolved problem until clarified by band

**theory**. A positive Hall constant implies that the current is carried by positivecharges . We shall see that on band

**theory**vacant states near the top of anotherwise ...

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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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