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

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Applying the law of mass-action one gets (120) [Li,] = iT1-[LicJ = Z3 because of

the constant

Li, *=? Li,*+e' therefore (122) »-[Un = KJUc] = ZA. The native electronic disorder ...

Applying the law of mass-action one gets (120) [Li,] = iT1-[LicJ = Z3 because of

the constant

**concentration**of Li in the liquid Sn phase. Li, is a donor, thus: (121)Li, *=? Li,*+e' therefore (122) »-[Un = KJUc] = ZA. The native electronic disorder ...

Page 123

One sees that for the simple cases the

acceptors (VM) vary in a simple way with pM. In the case of very deep levels (Fig.

24) their

...

One sees that for the simple cases the

**concentrations**of the donors (Vx) and theacceptors (VM) vary in a simple way with pM. In the case of very deep levels (Fig.

24) their

**concentration**varies linearly with pM. For levels closer to the respective...

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One sees that for the pure compound the imperfections with an effectively

negative charge (opposite to Fj,) that have the highest

low pM and e' for high pressures, the transition for VM to e' lying at log AxpM = 13

.

One sees that for the pure compound the imperfections with an effectively

negative charge (opposite to Fj,) that have the highest

**concentrations**are \7'M forlow pM and e' for high pressures, the transition for VM to e' lying at log AxpM = 13

.

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