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Working with atomic (?) units in solid state physics
I'm having some troubles understanding the units used in solid state physics paper. In the paper I read $\Lambda a \sim 1$ where $\Lambda$ is a momentum cutoff and $a$ is the lattice spacing of a ...
Feb 5 '12 at 16:45
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