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Table 7.3 (continued) The unpictured faces can be deduced by imagining the

representative objects to be rotated about the n-fold axis, which is always vertical.

The Schoenflies name of the group is

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Table 7.3 (continued) The unpictured faces can be deduced by imagining the

representative objects to be rotated about the n-fold axis, which is always vertical.

The Schoenflies name of the group is

**given**to the left of the representative object,...

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One uses the model both to deduce transport properties from a

band structure and to deduce features of the band structure from the observed

transport properties.

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 observed

transport properties.

**Given**the functions 6„(k), the semiclassical modelassociates ...

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(b) Verify that the positions of the electron resonances in Figure 28.9b are

consistent with the electron effective masses

the formulas, (28.6) and (28.8), for the resonance frequency. (c) Repeat (a) for the

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(b) Verify that the positions of the electron resonances in Figure 28.9b are

consistent with the electron effective masses

**given**for silicon on page 569 andthe formulas, (28.6) and (28.8), for the resonance frequency. (c) Repeat (a) for the

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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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