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Consider an electron in a periodic potential V(x) such that V(x+a) = V(x) for some real number a. The energy...
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I realize this is something I should probably know intuitively, but why are core states (generally) treated...
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Hello, In a MOS capacitor or MIS after applying a voltage on the metal, the valence band and the conduction band...
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Hello everyone ! In below picture we can see band bending in semiconductor at SiO2 interface, as show in picture...
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Hello, In the image below, we see the result of the Zeeman and Paschen-Back effect in a magnetic field which we...
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When we dope pentavalent in semiconductor,it will introduce a allowable energy level below the conduction band when...
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I am trying to understand the pairing mechanism in the Cooper pair in real space. When I googled the image of the...
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I realize that Palladium has a molecular property to hold immense amounts of hydrogen, but can Palladium also “hold”...
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As far as I know, free electron-hole or excitons can be created by absorbing a photon of relevant energy. So...
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i cannot understand why product of free negative and positive concentrations is a constant independent of the amount...
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Hello everyone, I would like to buy some Si wafer with SiO2 layer on it. The manufacturer told me that they obtain...
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Superconductivity says that below certain temperature, certain materials offer 0 resistance to the current flowing...
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According to theory of superconductivity, resistivity almost zero. Below critical temperature the entropy decreases...
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As my title states, I want to understand why electrons in the conduction band can move around so easily in the...
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Hi, everybody. I wanted to ask you about the question that really tortured me for quite a long time: Does electrically...
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I was wondering if the larmor frequency of a ferromagnetic material changes as the mass of the material increases
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Hi all Here, I attached a figure presenting the Lorentz-Drude function. The resonance number is clear from the m in...
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How does one interpret band structures (i.e. E,k solution pairs for a given Hamiltonian) for a non-primitive cell? I...
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what is the difference between a charge disipitive vs semiconductor?
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Hi! How can I tell, based on my Raman and X-Ray Diffraction studies, if a thin film is nanocrystalline or amorphous?...
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Hello everyone:(Please forgive my poor English.) I've been learning many-body theory for a year or so, however, I'm...
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While studying the M. Effect, a lot of sources state: "If a superconductor is applied in a weak field", I assume the...
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Why are insulators supposed to possess a "conduction band", even if usually empty? If you do take the energy to...
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Hello everyone, My question is about MOS-capacitor, We know that, If we place +ve gate voltage on p-MOS capacitor...
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Hello everyone, Here i have metal-semiconductor-metal (M-S-M) junctions, p-type semiconductor separating two...
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Hi everyone, Is the behavior of gasses, on a quantum level, covered in solid-state physics? If so, where can I...
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to get a 2D mercury telluride topological insulator, one has to construct a quantum well structure to get a bulk gap ...
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Hello! This subject has me confused. I hear a lot about Mott transitions and Anderson localization; then in some...
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Theoretically, what should be the magnetic response (MH hysteresis loop) of a thin film superconductor-on-ferromagnet...
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