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

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Similarly, reactions can be deduced for the

Fi^F^+e'. In equilibrium the law of mass action can be applied, leading to: ...

Similarly, reactions can be deduced for the

**ionization**of centres. For instance the**ionization**of an FM centre leading to a mobile electron can be formulated as (99)Fi^F^+e'. In equilibrium the law of mass action can be applied, leading to: ...

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The kinetics of impact

on impurity compensation. When the free electron density is small the number of

empty donor states is determined by the acceptor compensation and is equal to ...

The kinetics of impact

**ionization**are very simple and show up the dependenceon impurity compensation. When the free electron density is small the number of

empty donor states is determined by the acceptor compensation and is equal to ...

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In materials such as silicon with large impurity

and deep traps, the available RF microwave power was not sufficient to produce

In materials such as silicon with large impurity

**ionization**energies (~ 0.05 eV)and deep traps, the available RF microwave power was not sufficient to produce

**ionization**and hence photo- excitation had to be used. In the original DKK [4] ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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