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We know that with symmetry, Brillouin zone is nothing but copies of its irreducible zone, so can we conclude that we can find all possible wavefunctions in its irreducible zone? What about wavefunctions in high-symmetric points?

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What is irreducible zone? –  freude May 6 '13 at 12:28

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