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

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(4.3) are This reciprocal mass

electron is accelerated by an electric field, or, one may say, of the « freedom » of

the electron. The

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(4.3) are This reciprocal mass

**tensor**is a measure of the ease with which anelectron is accelerated by an electric field, or, one may say, of the « freedom » of

the electron. The

**tensor**\\molm is therefore sometimes called the freedom**tensor**,...

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You will notice that in obtaining the conductivity we were concerned with

products of the components of vector quantities (the electric field, mass and

scattering time) so that the conductivity is a

transforms ...

You will notice that in obtaining the conductivity we were concerned with

products of the components of vector quantities (the electric field, mass and

scattering time) so that the conductivity is a

**tensor**quantity. Indeed the mass itselftransforms ...

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rank

expressed in the form when / is the identity dyadic and z the unit vector along the

particular <111> direction. The variation with strain of the energy levels in the ...

rank

**tensor**(or dyadic) property T associated with one of the ellipsoids may beexpressed in the form when / is the identity dyadic and z the unit vector along the

particular <111> direction. The variation with strain of the energy levels in the ...

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