## Solid state physics |

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The terms on the left side are often referred to as the drift terms, and the

the right side as the collision

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The terms on the left side are often referred to as the drift terms, and the

**term**onthe right side as the collision

**term**. When the form (16.8) is used for the collision**term**, the Boltzmann equation in general becomes a nonlinear integrodifferential...

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(17-14) Notice that the last

-*(r)^i(r') in place of the usual one-electron combination |^j(r)|2. Minimizing (17.14

) with respect to the xjii* (Problem 2) leads to a generalization of the Hartree ...

(17-14) Notice that the last

**term**in (17.14) is negative and involves the product ^,-*(r)^i(r') in place of the usual one-electron combination |^j(r)|2. Minimizing (17.14

) with respect to the xjii* (Problem 2) leads to a generalization of the Hartree ...

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Consequently, J« (E.9) (E.10) (E.11) The quantity on the right side of (E.l 1) (times

a factor 1/ft2) is the inverse "effective mass tensor" (page 228) and the formula (

E.l 1) is often called "the effective mass theorem." 2 The first

Consequently, J« (E.9) (E.10) (E.11) The quantity on the right side of (E.l 1) (times

a factor 1/ft2) is the inverse "effective mass tensor" (page 228) and the formula (

E.l 1) is often called "the effective mass theorem." 2 The first

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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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Solid State Physics: Advances in Research and Applications, Volume 42 Henry Ehrenreich Limited preview - 1989 |

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