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

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In practice there are many variations on the above method of measuring drift

emitter can be operated at a small current continuously, building up a bunch of

holes ...

In practice there are many variations on the above method of measuring drift

**mobility**. The sweep field may be pulsed to reduce heating. If this is done theemitter can be operated at a small current continuously, building up a bunch of

holes ...

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impurity scattering so that, even though [il can be subtracted out, the deduced

lattice

germanium (and to a less conclusive extent in silicon) that the lattice

below ...

impurity scattering so that, even though [il can be subtracted out, the deduced

lattice

**mobility**is uncertain. There appears, however, to be definite evidence ingermanium (and to a less conclusive extent in silicon) that the lattice

**mobility**below ...

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particular I will discuss the effect of the pairing on solubility, on diffusion, on

energy levels, and on carrier

the temperature-dependence of the pairing and the distance of separation of the

ions in ...

particular I will discuss the effect of the pairing on solubility, on diffusion, on

energy levels, and on carrier

**mobility**, this latter effect giving information aboutthe temperature-dependence of the pairing and the distance of separation of the

ions in ...

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