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We can broaden the scope of the treatment by observing that the really important

part of the result is the quadratic

We can carry over all the results even if the constant of proportionality is ...

We can broaden the scope of the treatment by observing that the really important

part of the result is the quadratic

**dependence**of the energy on the wave vector .We can carry over all the results even if the constant of proportionality is ...

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89 ) are of the correct order of magnitude for monovalent metals and have the

correct temperature

is indicated in Appendix K . It has been found by Grüneisen 17 that the observed

...

89 ) are of the correct order of magnitude for monovalent metals and have the

correct temperature

**dependence**. The extension of the theory to the region T « ☺is indicated in Appendix K . It has been found by Grüneisen 17 that the observed

...

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As the mobilities are likely to depend on temperature only as a simple power law

over an appropriate region , the temperature

be dominated by the exponential

As the mobilities are likely to depend on temperature only as a simple power law

over an appropriate region , the temperature

**dependence**of the conductivity willbe dominated by the exponential

**dependence**of the carrier concentration .### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

DIFFRACTION OF XRAYS BY CRYSTALS | 44 |

CLASSIFICATION OF SOLIDS LATTICE ENERGY | 63 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 85 |

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