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

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V Lu 2Ln\\\ kT j + 2EL^ kT The quantity Lu, which equals Ln at

kTjqE at high fields, is often called the up-stream diffusion length. Note that, 1) for

2?=0, An = An, everywhere, as indeed it should; 2) for E large An0 (= An at a; = 0)

...

V Lu 2Ln\\\ kT j + 2EL^ kT The quantity Lu, which equals Ln at

**zero**field andkTjqE at high fields, is often called the up-stream diffusion length. Note that, 1) for

2?=0, An = An, everywhere, as indeed it should; 2) for E large An0 (= An at a; = 0)

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corresponding to cut-off for the case of transverse propagation with Ej H. The

index of refraction for this case is, from (11.20), 0>2(CO2 — coi— OJ*c) which

when set equal to

corresponding to cut-off for the case of transverse propagation with Ej H. The

index of refraction for this case is, from (11.20), 0>2(CO2 — coi— OJ*c) which

when set equal to

**zero**gives the equation (11.26) col- (2«J + ft>*)co8 + cot = 0 ...Page 523

The T~l *b dependence at

impurity scattering which, because it has a K value significantly lower than does

acoustic phonon scattering, is much less significant at saturation strain. The

purpose of ...

The T~l *b dependence at

**zero**strain includes a contribution from ionizedimpurity scattering which, because it has a K value significantly lower than does

acoustic phonon scattering, is much less significant at saturation strain. The

purpose of ...

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