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

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Yet one may wonder how a one-particle approximation can be valid when the

electrons

the last few years, chiefly from the work of Geia-Mann, Kohn and others, that a ...

Yet one may wonder how a one-particle approximation can be valid when the

electrons

**interact**with strong long-range forces. However it has been shown inthe last few years, chiefly from the work of Geia-Mann, Kohn and others, that a ...

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One solid phase;

crystal. After these introductory sections some physicochemical aspects in

semiconductors or isolators will be treated somewhat more closely. We will start

with ...

One solid phase;

**interaction**between imperfections, no**interaction**with the basecrystal. After these introductory sections some physicochemical aspects in

semiconductors or isolators will be treated somewhat more closely. We will start

with ...

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showing that (2.15) is almost satisfied so that the predominant

of these bands is with the other. We can look at the

bands from another point of view. Suppose we have only two interacting bands ...

showing that (2.15) is almost satisfied so that the predominant

**interaction**of eachof these bands is with the other. We can look at the

**interaction**between twobands from another point of view. Suppose we have only two interacting bands ...

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