Register to reply

Maximal possible density of electron-hole liquid?

by Stanley514
Tags: density, electronhole, liquid, maximal
Share this thread:
Stanley514
#1
Mar31-13, 07:32 AM
P: 300
Let's say we have energy source of unlimited power (such as heat) and some hypotetical material (similar to semiconductor) which never melts.Applied heat pushes electrons and holes from hot end to cold end.Density of electron-hole liquid on the cold end will increase.Where is a limit to pressure of electron-hole liquid?When it will increase no more?
Phys.Org News Partner Physics news on Phys.org
Organic photovoltaic cells of the future: Charge formation efficiency used to screen materials
Promising ferroelectric materials suffer from unexpected electric polarizations
Structure of certain types of beetle shells could inspire brighter, whiter coatings and materials

Register to reply

Related Discussions
Why the black hole density is called the infinite density. Special & General Relativity 57
Electron-Hole Concentration vs. Carrier Density Advanced Physics Homework 1
Using mass of copper in both air and liquid to find density of liquid? Introductory Physics Homework 7
Electron Density vs Electron Density Difference Atomic, Solid State, Comp. Physics 4
Maximal entropy density General Physics 3