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511 combine in the rules are generated according to the definition of the

diffusivity . Let us consider the steady - state flow of holes from a

they are generated to a

to ( 13 .

511 combine in the rules are generated according to the definition of the

diffusivity . Let us consider the steady - state flow of holes from a

**region**in whichthey are generated to a

**region**where they recombine at the rate p / tp , accordingto ( 13 .

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The actual thickness of the transition

should be small in comparison with the diffusion length , the distance that a

carrier diffuses in a lifetime . We saw in ( 13 . 55 ) that the diffusion length Lp of

holes in ...

The actual thickness of the transition

**region**between n - and p - type materialshould be small in comparison with the diffusion length , the distance that a

carrier diffuses in a lifetime . We saw in ( 13 . 55 ) that the diffusion length Lp of

holes in ...

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1 0 100 Current ( milliamps / sq cm ) Fig . 14 . 9 . Rectification characteristic for

a p - n junction in germanium . Shockley . ) ( After imately to the charge le times

the equilibrium hole density Pn in the n

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1 0 100 Current ( milliamps / sq cm ) Fig . 14 . 9 . Rectification characteristic for

a p - n junction in germanium . Shockley . ) ( After imately to the charge le times

the equilibrium hole density Pn in the n

**region**times the mean diffusion velocityUp ...

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DIFFRACTION OF XRAYS BY CRYSTALS | 44 |

CLASSIFICATION OF SOLIDS LATTICE ENERGY | 63 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 85 |

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