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

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and so the energy dependence of the scattering must be known before the

mobility can be deduced unambiguously from ... For an ellipsoidal

v is not collinear with E unless E is directed along a principal axis (we will return

to ...

and so the energy dependence of the scattering must be known before the

mobility can be deduced unambiguously from ... For an ellipsoidal

**energy surface**v is not collinear with E unless E is directed along a principal axis (we will return

to ...

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Since the effective mass is a measure of the curvature of the

energy- k space, it is seen that there will be two types of holes associated with the

warped

Since the effective mass is a measure of the curvature of the

**energy surface**inenergy- k space, it is seen that there will be two types of holes associated with the

warped

**energy surfaces**described in eq. (1.16). These are known as light and ...Page 255

From theoretical [18] as well as experimental work, quantitative pictures of the

energy bands in both germanium and silicon ... The

valence band in germanium and silicon consist of two concentric warped spheres

which, ...

From theoretical [18] as well as experimental work, quantitative pictures of the

energy bands in both germanium and silicon ... The

**energy surfaces**for thevalence band in germanium and silicon consist of two concentric warped spheres

which, ...

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