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

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above the continuum become quantized and transitions can be made to these

at ...

above the continuum become quantized and transitions can be made to these

**levels**from the ground-state impurity**levels**. Theoretically we can treat these**levels**as Landau**levels**perturbed by the Coulomb potential which is a small termat ...

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The lower lying electronic

empty or partially filled, so the possibility of conduction in these

they form a band of

to ...

The lower lying electronic

**levels**are completely filled, but the d-**levels**are eitherempty or partially filled, so the possibility of conduction in these

**levels**exists. Ifthey form a band of

**levels**which is empty, then their behavior might be expectedto ...

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Equation (1) represents the production of a hole in the oxygen 2p band and an

electron in the nickel 3d

electron and a hole in the 3d

Equation (1) represents the production of a hole in the oxygen 2p band and an

electron in the nickel 3d

**levels**. Equation (2) shows the formation of a conductionelectron and a hole in the 3d

**levels**. In (3), a nickel 3d electron is excited to a 4s ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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