## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 22N. Zanichelli, 1963 - Nuclear physics |

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It is assumed here that m* and g* are independent of energy which is the

situation that holds for strictly parabolic bands and may, in

describing the situation in the immediate vicinity of the bottom of the conduction

band. 2'9.

It is assumed here that m* and g* are independent of energy which is the

situation that holds for strictly parabolic bands and may, in

**InSb**, be taken asdescribing the situation in the immediate vicinity of the bottom of the conduction

band. 2'9.

Page 360

Recent observations of anisotropic segregation in

interest (Ht'uie and Mvllin); similar effects have also been observed in several

other compound and elemental semiconductors. This has been called the « facet

...

Recent observations of anisotropic segregation in

**InSb**have been of particularinterest (Ht'uie and Mvllin); similar effects have also been observed in several

other compound and elemental semiconductors. This has been called the « facet

...

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To get some idea of magnitudes we note that S ~ 1 for electrons at the conduction

band edge in Ge (at room temperature) for a field of a few thousand V/cm but in

To get some idea of magnitudes we note that S ~ 1 for electrons at the conduction

band edge in Ge (at room temperature) for a field of a few thousand V/cm but in

**InSb**the larger mobility and smaller energy gap brings this field down to a few ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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