## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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The results of more careful

DUCTIVITY DATA FOR METALS AT 0°C One free electron per atom is assumed:

A is

The results of more careful

**calculations**are given in Table 10.1. TABLE 10.1. CoxDUCTIVITY DATA FOR METALS AT 0°C One free electron per atom is assumed:

A is

**calculated**by using Eq. (10.17); values after Mott and Jones, with an error ...Page 266

concept of an effective mass is discussed in the next chapter. TABLE 10.6.

ULTRAviol. ET TRANSMission of ALKALIS Li Na K R}) Cs An (

electrons, ...

**Calculated**values are also given in the table, using effective masses m”. Theconcept of an effective mass is discussed in the next chapter. TABLE 10.6.

ULTRAviol. ET TRANSMission of ALKALIS Li Na K R}) Cs An (

**calculated**, freeelectrons, ...

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We note that, if E = E0 — 1 (h"/2m")k*, then hy, - —hk/m" and mov, - +|| | + ov, X H|

electrical conductivity of a metal is usually carried out separately for two different

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We note that, if E = E0 — 1 (h"/2m")k*, then hy, - —hk/m" and mov, - +|| | + ov, X H|

**CALCULATION**OF THE CONDUCTIVITY OF METALS The**calculation**of theelectrical conductivity of a metal is usually carried out separately for two different

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