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One uses the model both to deduce transport properties from a given (calculated)

transport properties. Given the functions 6„(k), the semiclassical model

associates ...

One uses the model both to deduce transport properties from a given (calculated)

**band**structure and to deduce features of the**band**structure from the observedtransport properties. Given the functions 6„(k), the semiclassical model

associates ...

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Figure 15.4 (a) Calculated energy

Rev. 129, 138 (1963).) The G vs. k curves are shown along several lines in the

interior and on the surface of the first zone. (The point T is at the center of the

zone.) ...

Figure 15.4 (a) Calculated energy

**bands**in copper. (After G. A. Bur- dick, Phys.Rev. 129, 138 (1963).) The G vs. k curves are shown along several lines in the

interior and on the surface of the first zone. (The point T is at the center of the

zone.) ...

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This latter view bears the same relation to specific excited ions, as the Bloch tight-

binding levels (Chapter 10) bear to the individual atomic levels, in the theory of

...

This latter view bears the same relation to specific excited ions, as the Bloch tight-

binding levels (Chapter 10) bear to the individual atomic levels, in the theory of

**band**structures. Thus the exciton is probably better regarded as one of the more...

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### Contents

The Dmle Theory of Metals | 1 |

The Sommerfeld Theory of Metals | 29 |

Failures of the Free Electron Model | 57 |

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