## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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Denoting the

2me/ho)", using (10.43). Thus 1 (10.47) 90) = ... (2m/h)"E". A plot is given in Fig.

10.3. g(E) +vor/ \ \ NJ Er(0) E & Fig. 10.3. Plot of

function of ...

Denoting the

**density**of states by g(E), we know that 1 (10.46) so) db = N = o, (2me/ho)", using (10.43). Thus 1 (10.47) 90) = ... (2m/h)"E". A plot is given in Fig.

10.3. g(E) +vor/ \ \ NJ Er(0) E & Fig. 10.3. Plot of

**density**of states g(E) as afunction of ...

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The electric current

current crossing the barrier from left to right is just this quantity times eToo,”, as

this factor gives the probability that an electron will have energy in excess of the ...

The electric current

**density**incident on the barrier from the left is then } Ness. Thecurrent crossing the barrier from left to right is just this quantity times eToo,”, as

this factor gives the probability that an electron will have energy in excess of the ...

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IDISLOCATION

number of dislocation lines that intersect a unit area in the crystal. The

ranges from 10° to 10° dislocations/cm" in the best germanium and silicon

crystals ...

IDISLOCATION

**DENSITIES**The**density**of dislocations is specified by giving thenumber of dislocation lines that intersect a unit area in the crystal. The

**density**ranges from 10° to 10° dislocations/cm" in the best germanium and silicon

crystals ...

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