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

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To avoid confusion with real surfaces, however, the term « minority

leakage velocity » is more appropriate. In summary, then, LH junctions are

complementary to PN junctions. While the latter are transparent to minority

To avoid confusion with real surfaces, however, the term « minority

**carrier**leakage velocity » is more appropriate. In summary, then, LH junctions are

complementary to PN junctions. While the latter are transparent to minority

**carriers**but ...Page 208

essentially the same as impurity scattering (Coulomb interaction) except that the

interacting particles are now of comparable mass and hence a significant fraction

of their energy is exchanged.

essentially the same as impurity scattering (Coulomb interaction) except that the

interacting particles are now of comparable mass and hence a significant fraction

of their energy is exchanged.

**Carrier**-**carrier**scattering helps to maintain a ...Page 227

For one valley p and hence the rate of

For the other 3 valleys /< is large. If

valleys will contain hotter electrons than the other. Two results will follow: a) the ...

For one valley p and hence the rate of

**carrier**heating by the field, [iE2, is small.For the other 3 valleys /< is large. If

**carrier**-**carrier**scattering is small the 3 high fivalleys will contain hotter electrons than the other. Two results will follow: a) the ...

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