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The value of Ep is

for kT / Er « 1 it can be shown that Ef ( T ) is closely equal to its value at 0 ° K . At

any temperature f has the value } for E = Ep . The distribution is called ...

The value of Ep is

**determined**by ( 10.51 ) and depends on the temperature , butfor kT / Er « 1 it can be shown that Ef ( T ) is closely equal to its value at 0 ° K . At

any temperature f has the value } for E = Ep . The distribution is called ...

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Values of the energy gap

Table 13.1 . Many of the values were

vs. 1 / T ; some of the other values were

limit ...

Values of the energy gap

**determined**for a number of substances are given inTable 13.1 . Many of the values were

**determined**from the slope of plots of log ovs. 1 / T ; some of the other values were

**determined**from the long wavelengthlimit ...

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CYCLOTRON RESONANCE EXPERIMENTS 2 ( + ) In several substances it has

proved possible to

edges ; that is , the energy E ( k ) is

.

CYCLOTRON RESONANCE EXPERIMENTS 2 ( + ) In several substances it has

proved possible to

**determine**... conduction and valence bands near the bandedges ; that is , the energy E ( k ) is

**determined**as a function of the wave vector k.

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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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