semiconductor physics


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Dec17-04, 08:48 PM
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When we talk of thermal motion of the charge carriers, or the drift due to applied field, the effect of scattering is introduced. Does lattice constant has a role to play in determining the scattering of these charge carriers? if so in what form does it arise?
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