## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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There is considerable interest in knowing the

function of the electron concentration N. The number of states having n less than

a certain

...

There is considerable interest in knowing the

**value**of the Fermi level as afunction of the electron concentration N. The number of states having n less than

a certain

**value**m r is simply 2 × (41/3)n r", as there are two independent states (of...

Page 356

We may obtain a general impression of the impurity levels by using an average

in germanium and m” as 0.25m for electrons in silicon. The dielectric constant

has ...

We may obtain a general impression of the impurity levels by using an average

**value**of the anisotropic effective masses: we shall use m” as 0.12m for electronsin germanium and m” as 0.25m for electrons in silicon. The dielectric constant

has ...

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For d/a < 1, x = x0; for d/a > 1, x < 1 of xo~ 15 d”, Equation (16.44) has been

widely used to determine d'experimentally,” and consistent

temperature are obtained for colloidal particles of various sizes. Results for

mercury ...

For d/a < 1, x = x0; for d/a > 1, x < 1 of xo~ 15 d”, Equation (16.44) has been

widely used to determine d'experimentally,” and consistent

**values**of d at a giventemperature are obtained for colloidal particles of various sizes. Results for

mercury ...

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