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

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To a first order,

deformation potential but will otherwise be of similar form to eq. (2.8). For

nonpolar materials, acoustic mode

than optical ...

To a first order,

**scattering**by transverse acoustic modes will involve a differentdeformation potential but will otherwise be of similar form to eq. (2.8). For

nonpolar materials, acoustic mode

**scattering**should be much more importantthan optical ...

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viously [i, is almost inversely proportional to Nc. Unlike phonon

is substantially isotropic, impurity

if the mass is not isotropic (nonspherical band) may also be anisotropic. There is

...

viously [i, is almost inversely proportional to Nc. Unlike phonon

**scattering**, whichis substantially isotropic, impurity

**scattering**is usually small angle**scattering**andif the mass is not isotropic (nonspherical band) may also be anisotropic. There is

...

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essentially the same as impurity

interacting particles are now of comparable mass and hence a significant fraction

of their energy is exchanged. Carrier-carrier

essentially the same as impurity

**scattering**(Coulomb interaction) except that theinteracting particles are now of comparable mass and hence a significant fraction

of their energy is exchanged. Carrier-carrier

**scattering**helps to maintain a ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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