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The

required, with a maximum for n = N/2. The

or sin mir, permitting no motion at all, because sin nirvanishes at each particle.

The

**solution**for k = tr/L has u or sin mira/L and vanishes for n = 0 and n = N asrequired, with a maximum for n = N/2. The

**solution**for k = NT/L = tr/a = km has uor sin mir, permitting no motion at all, because sin nirvanishes at each particle.

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

approach to equilibrium is described by the appropriate

vo(t) = vo(0)eT". We have thus arranged things so that a disturbance from

equilibrium ...

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

approach to equilibrium is described by the appropriate

**solution**of (10.3): (10.4)vo(t) = vo(0)eT". We have thus arranged things so that a disturbance from

equilibrium ...

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Let us review briefly how the forbidden band came about. If the wave functions at

values of k far removed from the Brillouin zone boundaries +1/a may be

represented by plane waves e”, then in forming a

as the ...

Let us review briefly how the forbidden band came about. If the wave functions at

values of k far removed from the Brillouin zone boundaries +1/a may be

represented by plane waves e”, then in forming a

**solution**of the wave equationas the ...

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