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Unformatted text preview: Fermi’s Golden Rule to compute the transition rate, and BH does not. d) BH assumes Fermi ­Dirac statistics and CW does not. e) CW assumes Fermi ­Dirac statistics and BH does not. continued on next page 2 3) Which of the following is true of the Brooks ­Herring approach to ionized impurity scattering but not true about the Conwell ­Weisskopf approach? a) It strongly favors small angle scattering. b) It assume...
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