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11 ) . These features of the onedimensional problem are characteristic also of the

lattice vibration problems in two and three dimensions . We sometimes wish to

know the number of modes per unit

w ...

11 ) . These features of the onedimensional problem are characteristic also of the

lattice vibration problems in two and three dimensions . We sometimes wish to

know the number of modes per unit

**range**of k . We shall denote this quantity byw ...

Page 347

Semiconductor Crystals Semiconductors are electronic conductors with values of

the electrical resistivity at room temperature generally in the

109 ohm - cm , intermediate between good conductors ( ~ 10 – 6 ohm - cm ) and

...

Semiconductor Crystals Semiconductors are electronic conductors with values of

the electrical resistivity at room temperature generally in the

**range**~ 10 – 2 to ~109 ohm - cm , intermediate between good conductors ( ~ 10 – 6 ohm - cm ) and

...

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In fact , a voltage of one or two tenths of a volt across the collector junction will

bring the collector current into the saturation

characteristic of very high collector impedance is obtained . This high impedance

...

In fact , a voltage of one or two tenths of a volt across the collector junction will

bring the collector current into the saturation

**range**so that the pentode - likecharacteristic of very high collector impedance is obtained . This high impedance

...

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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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