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If we are far enough away from the individual dipoles of a uniformly polarized

specimen , we may , according to an elementary transformation occurring in

electrostatic theory , calculate the field of the specimen as equal to the field of a

If we are far enough away from the individual dipoles of a uniformly polarized

specimen , we may , according to an elementary transformation occurring in

electrostatic theory , calculate the field of the specimen as equal to the field of a

**surface**...Page 267

strike unit area of the

factor representing quantum reflection effects which we neglect . Then ( 10 . 110 )

j = 15 - 5 - er ele – Bp ) / kt + 1 2k Te L log [ 1 + e - dp , dpa , 23 J - so I - DO ...

strike unit area of the

**surface**will be the emission current density j , apart from afactor representing quantum reflection effects which we neglect . Then ( 10 . 110 )

j = 15 - 5 - er ele – Bp ) / kt + 1 2k Te L log [ 1 + e - dp , dpa , 23 J - so I - DO ...

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12 , 13 It has been found that recombination occurs both in the volume and on

the

lifetimes for volume t , and

two ...

12 , 13 It has been found that recombination occurs both in the volume and on

the

**surface**of the crystal . The observed lifetime r is composed of separatelifetimes for volume t , and

**surface**Te recombination : ( 13 . 45 ) 1 _ 1 + 1 . т т Thetwo ...

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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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