## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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We imagine that the electrons are moving around in a random way, with a

temperature T. In the absence of an applied electric field the average or drift

We imagine that the electrons are moving around in a random way, with a

**velocity**distribution appropriate to a condition of thermal equilibrium attemperature T. In the absence of an applied electric field the average or drift

**velocity**, (10.1) ...Page 268

The factor E/h has the dimensions of a frequency. (a) Show that V (r, t) - e—it (E/

not kr) represents a wave traveling in the positive a direction with phase

E/hk. (b) What is the group

The factor E/h has the dimensions of a frequency. (a) Show that V (r, t) - e—it (E/

not kr) represents a wave traveling in the positive a direction with phase

**velocity**E/hk. (b) What is the group

**velocity**? According to the de Broglie relation, what ...Page 300

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

from (11.37) the group

positive

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 apositive

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

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