## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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... collector barrier by the holes injected by the emitter makes possible modulation

of the collector 10 A direct experimental demonstration of the injection of holes by

the emitter is given by

... collector barrier by the holes injected by the emitter makes possible modulation

of the collector 10 A direct experimental demonstration of the injection of holes by

the emitter is given by

**Shockley**, Pearson , and Haynes , Bell System Tech .Page 293

... given by W .

due to W .

space charge of the donor ions , while CRYSTAL TRIODES OR TRANSISTORS

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... given by W .

**Shockley**, Proc . I . R . E . 40 , 1289 ( 1952 ) ; the original theory isdue to W .

**Shockley**, Bell System Tech . J . 28 , 435 ( 1949 ) . neutralize thespace charge of the donor ions , while CRYSTAL TRIODES OR TRANSISTORS

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( eev / kt – 1 ) , where I , is the sum of the two generation currents . As shown in

Fig . 14 . 19 , this equation is well satisfied for p - n junctions in germanium .

**Shockley**. ) ( After effects of both holes and electrons , is given by ( 14 . 39 ) I = 17( eev / kt – 1 ) , where I , is the sum of the two generation currents . As shown in

Fig . 14 . 19 , this equation is well satisfied for p - n junctions in germanium .

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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