|Feb24-13, 03:39 AM||#1|
Total number of states will not be changed?
For bulk solid and superlattices:
Does the introduction of the periodic potential in superlattices change the total number of states or preserve the same (or almost same) total number of states?
|Feb25-13, 11:38 AM||#2|
I dont get you question. Bulk will be made of one material, whereas, supperlattice will have at least two materials. How can you relate states of one with the other?
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