## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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It is important so to arrange the terms in the series that the contributions from the

the sodium chloride structure there are six

It is important so to arrange the terms in the series that the contributions from the

**positive**and negative terms nearly cancel, or else the series will not converge. Inthe sodium chloride structure there are six

**positive**ions (the nearest neighbors ...Page 298

A

shall see that on band theory vacant states near the top of an otherwise filled

energy band behave as if endowed with a

character ...

A

**positive**Hall constant implies that the current is carried by**positive**charges. Weshall see that on band theory vacant states near the top of an otherwise filled

energy band behave as if endowed with a

**positive**charge. States of thischaracter ...

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For the portion of the energy surface to the left of F the slope & E/ók, is

from (11.37) the group velocity is (11.71) vo = h^* 6 F/ók, so that we have a

direction of ...

For the portion of the energy surface to the left of F the slope & E/ók, is

**positive**;from (11.37) the group velocity is (11.71) vo = h^* 6 F/ók, so that we have a

**positive**velocity. We see then that the velocity of the hole increases in thedirection of ...

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