## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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Electrostatic Screening If we immerse a point test charge q at rest in a metal , the

electron

the electric field of the charge is essentially canceled by the induced disturbance

...

Electrostatic Screening If we immerse a point test charge q at rest in a metal , the

electron

**concentration**near the test charge will be perturbed in such a way thatthe electric field of the charge is essentially canceled by the induced disturbance

...

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The intrinsic electron

and 7 X 109 cm-3 in silicon; the electrical ... The lowest impurity

attained at present are of the order of 1010 impurity atoms per cm3; we may

obtain ...

The intrinsic electron

**concentration**fij at 300° K is 6 X 1013 cm-3 in germaniumand 7 X 109 cm-3 in silicon; the electrical ... The lowest impurity

**concentrations**attained at present are of the order of 1010 impurity atoms per cm3; we may

obtain ...

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The observed limit of the fee phase occurs close □ the electron

1.36 at which an inscribed Fermi sphere makes intact with the Brillouin zone

boundary for the fee lattice. The observed ectron

is ...

The observed limit of the fee phase occurs close □ the electron

**concentration**of1.36 at which an inscribed Fermi sphere makes intact with the Brillouin zone

boundary for the fee lattice. The observed ectron

**concentration**of the bec phaseis ...

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### Contents

CRYSTAL STRUCTURE | 1 |

CRYSTAL DIFFRACTION AND THE RECIPROCAL LATTICE | 59 |

CRYSTAL BINDING | 95 |

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