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## Main Question or Discussion Point

How is it possible that the two relations i.e.,

v=(eE/m)t

and

v=(eE/2m)t

both holds good?

where e is the elementary charge, m is the mass of the elementary particle, E is the electric field, v is the drift velocity and t is the relaxation time.

v=(eE/m)t

and

v=(eE/2m)t

both holds good?

where e is the elementary charge, m is the mass of the elementary particle, E is the electric field, v is the drift velocity and t is the relaxation time.