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

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y = — r — • abxc abxc a-bxc The relation between any reciprocal

qfi + ry (p, q, r integers) and any direct ... Consider now" two

each other by a fundamental

y = — r — • abxc abxc a-bxc The relation between any reciprocal

**vector**Kn = pa +qfi + ry (p, q, r integers) and any direct ... Consider now" two

**waves**that differ fromeach other by a fundamental

**vector**of the reciprocal lattice, Kn. Take two ...Page 18

Similarly the total current vanishes. If now the band is full except for one state with

less the acceleration of the electron with

Similarly the total current vanishes. If now the band is full except for one state with

**wave vector**k', the average acceleration is given by the same integral as before,less the acceleration of the electron with

**wave vector**k'. Thus o=0-|i^^:F• that is, ...Page 489

J5n(Ar)/?A-ac A-^) evaluated at the electron's

applied an electron near the band edge will respond as if it were a free electron

with an effective mass equal to the mass associated with the particular band ...

J5n(Ar)/?A-ac A-^) evaluated at the electron's

**wave vector**. Thus when the field isapplied an electron near the band edge will respond as if it were a free electron

with an effective mass equal to the mass associated with the particular band ...

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