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One of the key features of QMT is the recognition that an electron exhibits both
semiconductor device composed of of an layers of doped
particle and wave characteristics. The properties three electron in an atom can be best
materials show weak response
modeled by treating the electron as pnp — often usedequation ampliﬁer. electron
material— either npn or an energy wave. The as an describing the
wave motion was developed by Erwin Schrodinger in 1925 and is known as the
block equation. Both A polymer its solution of two or more
Schrodingercopolymer this equation andconsistingare beyond the level of this text.
y equation of the form
However, we will stateeach mer occurs in resultssequences in the
mers in which without derivation some long of Schrodinger’s equation, and of
his equation states that the
QMT, as they relate to the atomic structure of materials.
entially as the temperature
Only certain types of electron wave motion can satisfy the constraints of Schrodinger’s
equation. The valid solutions to this equationwhich numbered formolten
blow molding A process by can be a slug of identiﬁcation purposes.
That is, each solution polymer is extruded vertically downward m) known as
oxide glass or is identiﬁed by a set of three integer values (n, l, and
cipitation of a second phase
by blowing air from the top.
d solution at a temperature 793 properties weighted
thin, uniform coating. in proportion to
volume fractions. The production of
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current brought about A version of cath
sacriﬁcial anode by changing a mat
dimensions,the intentional formation of
involving usually with stress.
Pilling-Bedworth (PB) ratio The volu
another, more anodic metal i
one mole of oxide divided by the volume
with the metal to be protected.
consumed to createThe equation that re
one mole of oxide.
pitting corrosion the normallocalized fo
of a crystal and A highly stress to
usually involving oxygen concentration g
which plastic deformation occurs.
result from surface deposits o...
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