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This is the virtual crystal approximation, which is discussed later. 4 MAXIMA OF ENERGY BANDS-HOLES Up to now we have mainly looked at the minima of energy bands. Let us look at maxima in the valence band. The new feature is that the effective mass is now negative . This brings us to the concept of holes. 8. First note that there are two E(k) relations present in this band. This means we can have two types of electrons close to the top of the valenceband (there is a deeper split-offband caused by spin-orbitinteraction, which is not discussedhere).
Copyright @1976 by Holt, Rinehart & Winston [I]. 26), being six first-order equations in six variables, uniquely determine k and r at all subsequent (and all prior) times, just as in ordinary classical mechanics. The position and momentum of a particle at any instant determine the entire orbit in the presence of specified external fields. 9 we indicate schematically the orbits determined by the semiclassical equations, as lines in a seven-dimensional rkt space. Because any point on an orbit uniquely specifies the entire orbit, two distinct orbits can have no points in common.
8) proves that j and F point in the same direction on a (100) surface; that is, the surfaceis isotropic. We can do the same proof for a (Ill) surface that is turned into itself by a rotation of
= 180 symmetryand this is not enough to prove that this surface exhibits isotropicbehavior. Indeed, experiments show that the (110) surface conductivity is anisotropic. These resultsare a specialcase of a more general rule: Any physicalproperty that can be represented as a matrix of rank r a is scalar in crystallographic systems that can be transformed into themselves by a number of rotations (around all main axes) larger than r a.