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Steady State Solution for Carrier Concentration of Intrinsic Silicon in an Electric Field

I'm trying to model carrier action in intrinsic silicon under an applied electric field in one dimension. Taking $n$ and $p$ to be the concentrations of electrons and holes respectively, I got that ...
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Why is it valid to assume that the liquid-vapour interface is always saturated during evaporation?

For steady state evaporation, I read from two textbooks which simply states that the partial pressure of vapour of interest (say water) at the liquid-vapour interface is equal to the saturation ...
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Steady-state adiabatic nozzle, unknown exit velocity & temperature [closed]

The question is 2.10 taken from: Introductory Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics, 2E by Elliot,Lira Air at 30ÂșC and 2MPa flows ata steady state in a horizontal pipeline with a velocity of 25m/s. ...
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Interpretation of decay associated difference spetrum

We measured transient absorption spectra and we got $\Delta A(\lambda,t)=A(\lambda,t)-A(\lambda,0)$. If we use DAS (decay associated spectra) for interpretation, we assume that our data have this ...
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Difference between steady state and equilibrium?

In semiconductor physics, what is the difference between steady state and equilibrium. How analysis of devices varies in these processes?
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What is decay associated spectra?

What is decay associated spectra? Suppose we measure the fluorescence intensity over different wavelengths and over time, we get: $$I(\lambda,t) = \sum_i^n \alpha_i(\lambda) ...
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Complex Fourier Particular Solution [closed]

I have found the complex Fourier series for my desired force. I now need to find the steady-state forced vibration of my oscillator as a Fourier Series. (The particular solution to the inhomogeneous ...
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What happens if we give a single electron charge to a hollow metal sphere?

I found this related question: What happens to 5 electrons on a sphere? But this question describes the case when there can only be 5 electrons on that sphere at all times. The answer linked to the ...