## Treatise on materials science and technology, Volume 1 |

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16, the calculations of the previous sections will satisfy provided the slab is

thicker than ldv However, as the slab

Debye length 2d{, the space charge distribution must change its characteristics

and ye ...

16, the calculations of the previous sections will satisfy provided the slab is

thicker than ldv However, as the slab

**decreases**in thickness below twice theDebye length 2d{, the space charge distribution must change its characteristics

and ye ...

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may have a considerable width (diffuseness) W much larger than that normal to

the interface A Y, this expression must be modified when rc < W. Since ye' will

in a ...

may have a considerable width (diffuseness) W much larger than that normal to

the interface A Y, this expression must be modified when rc < W. Since ye' will

**decrease**for rc < W, 2, we should expect rc to**decrease**with increase of / A7"K ]in a ...

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We show first that when the number of elements is very large the laminate

strength

of Eq. (19) gives ^Vp _ 1 [1 / exp(-j) 2^1",exp(-^1'"^-exp(-j) N\_N J |jnl-exp(-j) ...

We show first that when the number of elements is very large the laminate

strength

**decreases**monotonically with increasing N. Differentiation of both sidesof Eq. (19) gives ^Vp _ 1 [1 / exp(-j) 2^1",exp(-^1'"^-exp(-j) N\_N J |jnl-exp(-j) ...

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