Fermi Energy of Liquid Xenon


by PrimateMurder
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Mar22-13, 07:14 AM
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Hi everyone,
I need the data on the Fermi energy of liquid Xenon near 150K, but I failed to find them.
Can anybody tell me where could I get this data? Is there any database to find the Fermi energy of a element? Thanks a lot.
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