## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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The constant N is known as the depolarization

the demagnetization

0.2 O | | | | | O 1 2 3 4 5 6 c/a ratio. It is exceptionally important in the field of ...

The constant N is known as the depolarization

**factor**; it is precisely the same asthe demagnetization

**factor**, and its value depends on the axial 1.0 0.8 0.6 ; 0.40.2 O | | | | | O 1 2 3 4 5 6 c/a ratio. It is exceptionally important in the field of ...

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We expect the charge transported to be proportional to the charge density Ne; the

to e and inversely proportional to the mass m; the time t describes the free ...

We expect the charge transported to be proportional to the charge density Ne; the

**factor**es'm enters because the acceleration in a given electric field is proportionalto e and inversely proportional to the mass m; the time t describes the free ...

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In writing (13.26) we have omitted in the interest of simplicity a

is seen in front of the exponential. The

the fact that the energy of a spindegenerate donor level occupied by two ...

In writing (13.26) we have omitted in the interest of simplicity a

**factor**which oftenis seen in front of the exponential. The

**factor**arises when one takes into accountthe fact that the energy of a spindegenerate donor level occupied by two ...

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