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We imagine that the electrons are moving around in a random way , with a

velocity distribution appropriate to a condition of thermal

temperature T. In the absence of an applied electric field the average or drift

velocity , N 1 ( 10.1 ) ...

We imagine that the electrons are moving around in a random way , with a

velocity distribution appropriate to a condition of thermal

**equilibrium**attemperature T. In the absence of an applied electric field the average or drift

velocity , N 1 ( 10.1 ) ...

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or , if vp ( 0 ) is the initial drift velocity in the non -

approach to

) vo ( I ) = vd ( 0 ) et / . We have thus arranged things so that a disturbance from ...

or , if vp ( 0 ) is the initial drift velocity in the non -

**equilibrium**distribution , theapproach to

**equilibrium**is described by the appropriate solution of ( 10.3 ) : ( 10.4) vo ( I ) = vd ( 0 ) et / . We have thus arranged things so that a disturbance from ...

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... fraction of the total number of particles having velocity in dv , at vz . ( a )

for time ( c ) Difference between steady - state distribution and

distribution .

... fraction of the total number of particles having velocity in dv , at vz . ( a )

**Equilibrium**velocity distribution . ( b ) Distribution shifted by electric field appliedfor time ( c ) Difference between steady - state distribution and

**equilibrium**distribution .

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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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