## Solid State PhysicsThis book provides an introduction to the field of solid state physics for undergraduate students in physics, chemistry, engineering, and materials science. |

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The net current density is thus given by (1.4), where v is the average electronic

any one direction as in any other, v averages to zero, and, as expected, there is ...

The net current density is thus given by (1.4), where v is the average electronic

**velocity**. In the absence of an electric field, electrons are as likely to be moving inany one direction as in any other, v averages to zero, and, as expected, there is ...

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It is true that immediately after the temperature gradient is applied there will be a

nonvanishing mean electronic

region. Since the electrons are charged, however, this

electric ...

It is true that immediately after the temperature gradient is applied there will be a

nonvanishing mean electronic

**velocity**directed toward the low-temperatureregion. Since the electrons are charged, however, this

**velocity**will result in anelectric ...

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The Fermi

evaluated in terms of the conduction electron density, via Eq. (2.21). For

estimating them ...

The Fermi

**velocity**plays a role in the theory of metals comparable to the thermal**velocity**, v = (3kBT/m)112, in a classical gas. All these quantities can beevaluated in terms of the conduction electron density, via Eq. (2.21). For

estimating them ...

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### Contents

The Drude Theory of Metals | 1 |

Failures of the Free Electron Model | 57 |

The facecentered cubic elements | 72 |

Copyright | |

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Solid State Physics: Advances in Research and Applications, Volume 42 Henry Ehrenreich Limited preview - 1989 |

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