## Electronic structure and properties |

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by a gradually varying

method of effective mass) states that strain ij(r) produces a perturbing

8V = Dtf(r), and a second theorem shows that the scattering matrix element ...

by a gradually varying

**deformation**of the lattice. A first theorem (referred to as themethod of effective mass) states that strain ij(r) produces a perturbing

**potential**8V = Dtf(r), and a second theorem shows that the scattering matrix element ...

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The

number space; extreme values for d states differ by about 0.4 Ry/unit strain but an

average value lies at about 0.15 Ry/unit strain. It is particularly interesting to ...

The

**deformation potentials**, shown in Fig. 4, are far from being constant in wave-number space; extreme values for d states differ by about 0.4 Ry/unit strain but an

average value lies at about 0.15 Ry/unit strain. It is particularly interesting to ...

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(1979) have also calculated the Brillouin zone averaged square of the first-order

to the dynamics of the electrons and appears in one of the Fermi terms of the ...

(1979) have also calculated the Brillouin zone averaged square of the first-order

**deformation potentials**, i.e., *(«> = <*<M)> = |£(^)V2£. 03) This quantity is relatedto the dynamics of the electrons and appears in one of the Fermi terms of the ...

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### Contents

Illustrative Examples | 25 |

Photoelectron Spectroscopy as an Electronic | 99 |

ValenceElectron Studies XPS | 125 |

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