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CondMat07PS2

CondMat07PS2 - dimensions Prove that in two dimensions the...

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CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS 171.405 / 171.621 Instructor: N.P. Armitage Grader: Paula Mellado Fall 2007 Problem Set # 2 Due to Grader’s mail box by Oct 15th ============================= Q #1: Kittel Problem 6.1 ============================= Q #2: Kittel Problem 6.5 ============================= Q #3: Kittel Problem 6.6 ============================= Q #4: What is the relation between the density n and k_F in two dimensions? What is the relation between k_F and the interatomic spacing in two
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Unformatted text preview: dimensions Prove that in two dimensions the electronic density of states is a constant independent of energy. What is the constant? What is the density of states of a free electron gas in 1D? ============================= Q #5: Kittel Problem 7.1 ============================= Q #6: Kittel Probelm 7.3 ============================= Q #7: Kittel Problem 7.6...
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