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comment Impurity scattering temperature dependence
Yes, that is what I know, too. I am actually wondering, if you exclude lattice and electron-electron collisions, what of temperature dependence is left? Just the average energy of carriers coming from temperature dependence of Fermi-Dirac distribution, because, after all, impurity scattering is very much affected by kinetic energy of carriers, meaning, it is small for high energies..so, one way of increasing energy is by increasing temperature...anyone?
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comment Impurity scattering temperature dependence
Ok, thanks for the tip, but since this problem is driving me crazy, might want to give me some answer?
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