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I sometimes come across the statement that the free electron Fermi gas model best describes the electronic properties (e.g. electron heat capacity and electron thermal conductivity) of metals that … are 'simple'. What does a 'simple' metal mean? And why is the free electron gas model more suitable for describing the electronic properties of these metals? …
asked Aug 2 '17 by apadana
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this periodic order breaks, e.g. when the crystal melts, what does happen to energy bands? Do they still exist? If no, why do some features persist? (e.g. molten metals are shiny and conduct electricity like solid metals.) if yes, how can they exist without that periodic order of atom positions? …
asked May 25 by apadana
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Suppose we apply a tensile/compressive stress of, say, 2 atm on a metal rod. If we consider a metal as consisting of electronic and lattice subsystems, could we say the the pressure of the conduction …
asked Nov 18 '17 by apadana