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

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QCi PHYSICS LIBRAfiY IN DIC E Gruppo fctografieo <lei partecipanti al Corso

fuori testo R. A. SMith - Introductory lecture pag. ix \L. Pincherle - Band structure

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QCi PHYSICS LIBRAfiY IN DIC E Gruppo fctografieo <lei partecipanti al Corso

fuori testo R. A. SMith - Introductory lecture pag. ix \L. Pincherle - Band structure

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**semiconductors**» 1 W. Cochran - Lattice dynamics » 50 H. J. VlNK - Interaction...

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energy bands, Our knowledge of the band structure of all but a very few

the subject lies in finding more powerful methods, both theoretical and

experimental, ...

energy bands, Our knowledge of the band structure of all but a very few

**semiconductors**is very rudimentary and one of the most needed developments inthe subject lies in finding more powerful methods, both theoretical and

experimental, ...

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This condition is fulfilled in

10 000 Gauss down to helium temperatures. Experimentally X is determined by

the conventional Faraday or Gouy methods which consist in a measurement of ...

This condition is fulfilled in

**semiconductors**, with usual field strengths of 5 000 to10 000 Gauss down to helium temperatures. Experimentally X is determined by

the conventional Faraday or Gouy methods which consist in a measurement of ...

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