## Electronic structure and properties |

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This reduction in the electronic velocities is sometimes referred to as the electron-

phonon mass enhancement because for a metal with a free-electron dispersion

relation the Fermi

This reduction in the electronic velocities is sometimes referred to as the electron-

phonon mass enhancement because for a metal with a free-electron dispersion

relation the Fermi

**velocity**is uF = hkF/m where hkF is the Fermi momentum and ...Page 234

In similar wording as above, the result may be stated as follows: The projection of

the second-order strain momentum of a state onto its

term involving the first-order strain momentum, equals the local second- order ...

In similar wording as above, the result may be stated as follows: The projection of

the second-order strain momentum of a state onto its

**velocity**, plus an inertialterm involving the first-order strain momentum, equals the local second- order ...

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The

s and p states. Similarly, the effective masses are, in general, considerably higher

. In a solid made up of overlapping sp and d bands an electrical current will be ...

The

**velocity**of these states is lower than that of the bands made of predominantlys and p states. Similarly, the effective masses are, in general, considerably higher

. In a solid made up of overlapping sp and d bands an electrical current will be ...

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### Contents

Illustrative Examples | 25 |

Photoelectron Spectroscopy as an Electronic | 99 |

ValenceElectron Studies XPS | 125 |

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Electronic Structure and Properties: Treatise on Materials ..., Volume 21 Frank Y. Fradin Limited preview - 2016 |

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