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16) In eq. 13) one is considering a band structure in which wv3, say, is negative but less in magnitude than mc3, while the other four masses are all positive. 2m. The ^-conservation shown in Fig. 2). Use of the m/s in the expression for the density of states gives one the two-band (or 'joint') density of states. 1) EC where Ec is the energy at the bottom of the band and P(E) is the occupation probability of a quantum state of energy E. This drops to zero exponentially for large energies, by eq.

If eq. 1 The electrochemical potential potential. The process terminates when \i has the same value throughout. In applying eq. 5) we are considering volumes of the system which are small enough for jx and (p to have roughly constant values. Yet these volumes must be large enough for thermodynamics to be applicable to them, so that \i, (p and Tcan be defined. This rules out very large gradients in these quantities since eq. 1]. We now investigate the effect of the electrostatic potential on the energies of the electronic states.

5) reproduces eq. 7) for a surface film (or a quantum well) and for a quantum wire. Applying eq. 5) to the conduction band in a semiconductor, Eo is the energy at the bottom of the band where J^(E) vanishes, and it can be interpreted as the 22 Semiconductor statistics energy at the minimum E(k0) of the conduction band. There may be nc equivalent minima (which result from crystal symmetry), whence eq. 8) It is usual to write Ec (instead of Eo) for the bottom of a conduction band. e. 'principal') axes in fc-space.