## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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EFFECT OF FERMI-DIRAC

CONDUCTIVITY It is a somewhat surprising fact that the introduction of the

FermiDirac

usually has little ...

EFFECT OF FERMI-DIRAC

**DISTRIBUTION**ON THE ELECTRICALCONDUCTIVITY It is a somewhat surprising fact that the introduction of the

FermiDirac

**distribution**in place of the classical Maxwell-Boltzmann**distribution**usually has little ...

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The corresponding situation with the Fermi–Dirac

10.7. The exclusion principle has no effect on the P(v, 0) (a) Ur P(v, , r) ". N P(v., r)

-P(v., O) s\ Ux (c) B Fig. 10.7. Fermi–Dirac velocity

The corresponding situation with the Fermi–Dirac

**distribution**is shown in Fig.10.7. The exclusion principle has no effect on the P(v, 0) (a) Ur P(v, , r) ". N P(v., r)

-P(v., O) s\ Ux (c) B Fig. 10.7. Fermi–Dirac velocity

**distribution**in one dimension.Page 571

The potential Wi is that of a structure with a Gaussian

situated at each ion site, with signs the same as those of the real ions. According

to the definition of the Madelung constant, the charge

reference ...

The potential Wi is that of a structure with a Gaussian

**distribution**of chargesituated at each ion site, with signs the same as those of the real ions. According

to the definition of the Madelung constant, the charge

**distribution**on thereference ...

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