## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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The effective

a positive charge: mft dtvjdt = eE. We have seen from (15) that ve = vj,, whence d\

Jdt = dvh/dt and from a comparison of the equations of motion mh = -me (20) ...

The effective

**mass**of a hole is defined from an equation of the same form, but fora positive charge: mft dtvjdt = eE. We have seen from (15) that ve = vj,, whence d\

Jdt = dvh/dt and from a comparison of the equations of motion mh = -me (20) ...

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kEnergy band with light effective

heavy effective

electron in a periodic potential is accelerated relative to the lattice in an applied ...

kEnergy band with light effective

**mass**. Figure 13 Figure 14 Energy band withheavy effective

**mass**. the crystal taken as a whole . The important point is that anelectron in a periodic potential is accelerated relative to the lattice in an applied ...

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Table 6 Polaron coupling constants a ,

electrons in the conduction band ( In units of the

Crystal KCKBr AgCl AgBrZnO PSInSb Gaas 3 . 97 3 . 52 2 . 00 0 . 85 0 . 16 0 . 06

1 .

Table 6 Polaron coupling constants a ,

**masses**mpol , and band**masses**m * forelectrons in the conduction band ( In units of the

**mass**of the free electron )Crystal KCKBr AgCl AgBrZnO PSInSb Gaas 3 . 97 3 . 52 2 . 00 0 . 85 0 . 16 0 . 06

1 .

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### Contents

CRYSTAL STRUCTURE | 1 |

CRYSTAL DIFFRACTION AND THE RECIPROCAL LATTICE | 59 |

CRYSTAL BINDING | 95 |

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