## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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where Q is the flux of thermal energy (energy transmitted across unit area per unit

time); K is often

through the specimen without deflection, then the

...

where Q is the flux of thermal energy (energy transmitted across unit area per unit

time); K is often

**expressed**in units ... If the energy were propagated directlythrough the specimen without deflection, then the

**expression**for the thermal flux...

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Derive an

electron of effective mass me and a hole of effective mass mn; show that the

orbital magnetic moment vanishes if me = m). 18.2. Does an exciton in a triplet

spin state (S ...

Derive an

**expression**for the orbital g-factor of an exciton composed of anelectron of effective mass me and a hole of effective mass mn; show that the

orbital magnetic moment vanishes if me = m). 18.2. Does an exciton in a triplet

spin state (S ...

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... may be added. B. QUANTUM-MECHANICAL

POLARIZABILITY We compute the energy of interaction of an atomic system with

an applied static electric field and set this equal to the macroscopic

for the ...

... may be added. B. QUANTUM-MECHANICAL

**EXPRESSION**FOR THEPOLARIZABILITY We compute the energy of interaction of an atomic system with

an applied static electric field and set this equal to the macroscopic

**expression**for the ...

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