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Monte Carlo calculations of diffusion coefficient of hot electrons in n‐type GaAs
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11.As understood from Fig. 2, the population ratio reaches to the situation of steady state for times exceeding 2–3 psec. The value of diffusion coefficient D for the electric field region of interest converges to the constant value for times exceeding 2–3 psec. It is also confirmed that the convergence for D does not change with times by 14 psec.
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