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WoRK FUNCTIONS FROM PHOTOELECTRIC DATA Metal q (ev) Na 2, 3 K 2.26

Cr 4, 37 Zn 4, 24 W 4. 49 Pt 6.2 PROBLEMS 10.1. (a) Using the boundary

condition W = 0 on the surfaces of a cube of side L, find all the

the ...

WoRK FUNCTIONS FROM PHOTOELECTRIC DATA Metal q (ev) Na 2, 3 K 2.26

Cr 4, 37 Zn 4, 24 W 4. 49 Pt 6.2 PROBLEMS 10.1. (a) Using the boundary

condition W = 0 on the surfaces of a cube of side L, find all the

**wave functions**forthe ...

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wave. If the potential energies of W1 and W2 differ by an amount AE we have,

referring to Fig. 11.1 (b), an energy gap of width AE. The

A will be W2, and the

wave. If the potential energies of W1 and W2 differ by an amount AE we have,

referring to Fig. 11.1 (b), an energy gap of width AE. The

**wave function**at pointsA will be W2, and the

**wave function**above the energy gap at points B will be W1.Page 284

there is a certain inconsistency between the discussion of the preceding chapter,

in which we emphasized the usefulness of the free electron model as applied to ...

**WAVE FUNCTIONS**FOR ZERO WAVE VECTOR It may appear to the reader thatthere is a certain inconsistency between the discussion of the preceding chapter,

in which we emphasized the usefulness of the free electron model as applied to ...

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