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The observed electron

Brillouin zone surface for the bcc lattice . Contact of the Fermi sphere with the

zone ...

The observed electron

**concentration**of the B phase ( bcc ) is close to the**concentration**1.48 for which the inscribed Fermi sphere makes contact with theBrillouin zone surface for the bcc lattice . Contact of the Fermi sphere with the

zone ...

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The intrinsic electron

germanium and 1.4 X 1010 cm - 3 in silicon ... As the lowest impurity

" , it is evident we ...

The intrinsic electron

**concentration**ni at 300 ° K is 2.5 X 1013 cm - 3 ingermanium and 1.4 X 1010 cm - 3 in silicon ... As the lowest impurity

**concentrations**attained at present are of the order of 1012 impurity atoms per cm" , it is evident we ...

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In these equations N is the

2d is the average distance between ionized donor neighbors . The effect of

impurity scattering in reducing the mobility is shown in Fig . 13.7 . ANALYSIS OF

...

In these equations N is the

**concentration**of ionized donors ( or acceptors ) , and2d is the average distance between ionized donor neighbors . The effect of

impurity scattering in reducing the mobility is shown in Fig . 13.7 . ANALYSIS OF

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DIFFRACTION OF XRAYS BY CRYSTALS | 44 |

CLASSIFICATION OF SOLIDS LATTICE ENERGY | 63 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 85 |

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