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

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If /„ is the distribution function in zero field and / the disturbed distribution function

the equivalent of the

written in the form Of the two approaches the

If /„ is the distribution function in zero field and / the disturbed distribution function

the equivalent of the

**equation**of motion, eq. (2.1), is the Boltzmann**equation**written in the form Of the two approaches the

**equation**of motion gives a simpler ...Page 243

In general, this is not so; the

be handled by means of a Boltzmann

derived later. 21. Conductivity of holes and electrons. - Since we are ultimately ...

In general, this is not so; the

**equations**of motion are more complicated and mustbe handled by means of a Boltzmann

**equation**or by integrals which will bederived later. 21. Conductivity of holes and electrons. - Since we are ultimately ...

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I shall begin by developing by pc curbation theory from the one-electron

Schrodinger

will give us some feel for what properties of the solid govern the effective mass

and show ...

I shall begin by developing by pc curbation theory from the one-electron

Schrodinger

**equation**an expressir.i for the effective mass at a band edge. Thiswill give us some feel for what properties of the solid govern the effective mass

and show ...

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