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

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For those and for others less experienced, the course will open with a series of

lectures by Dr. L. Pinciierle on the basic concepts of semiconductor physics and,

in particular, on the energy-

hope ...

For those and for others less experienced, the course will open with a series of

lectures by Dr. L. Pinciierle on the basic concepts of semiconductor physics and,

in particular, on the energy-

**band structure**of semiconductors. In this way wehope ...

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To complete the study of a

consider time reversal symmetry and the effect of spin-orbit coupling. By « time

reversal operator » T one means the combined operation of time inversion and

complex ...

To complete the study of a

**band structure**by group theory one has still toconsider time reversal symmetry and the effect of spin-orbit coupling. By « time

reversal operator » T one means the combined operation of time inversion and

complex ...

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heavy holes and light holes exist, but the shape of the bands is not known with

complete certainty. ... Thus the

that of Ge by perturbation methods, the perturbing potential including also a

suitable ...

heavy holes and light holes exist, but the shape of the bands is not known with

complete certainty. ... Thus the

**band structure**of GaAs may be calculated fromthat of Ge by perturbation methods, the perturbing potential including also a

suitable ...

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