## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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The electronic polarizability will depend on frequency, and it is shown in Problem

6.3 that the

w but in the visible region the dispersion is not usually very important in the ...

The electronic polarizability will depend on frequency, and it is shown in Problem

6.3 that the

**result**is, for frequency co, 62/wi (6.15) a (electronic) = — 5 »> coo —w but in the visible region the dispersion is not usually very important in the ...

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Show that the polarizability of a conducting metallic sphere of radius o is 0 = 0';

this

using the depolarization factor. This

Show that the polarizability of a conducting metallic sphere of radius o is 0 = 0';

this

**result**is most easily obtained- by noting that E = 0 inside the sphere and thenusing the depolarization factor. This

**result**gives values of a of the order of ...Page 291

The

V is Here N is the carrier concentration in the bulk semiconductor; v is the

Maxwellian average velocity of the carriers in the semiconductor; and <t>o is the

height ...

The

**result**is that in the "diode" theory the net current density j for applied voltageV is Here N is the carrier concentration in the bulk semiconductor; v is the

Maxwellian average velocity of the carriers in the semiconductor; and <t>o is the

height ...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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