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Analytic approximations for the Fermi energy of an ideal Fermi gas
1.The inversion of Eq. (1) (as would be required, for example, if the density of states f were to be inferred from electrical measurements of F and η) and other useful properties of Eq. (1) are immediately obtained through the observation that the change of variable and converts Eq. (1) into the standard form of the well‐studied Stieltjes transform. See D. V. Widder, Transform Theory (Academic, New York, 1971), particularly Secs. 5.14, 6.4 and 7.9 and Chap. 9.
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5.Important exceptions are the accurate empirical approximations in N. G. Nilsson, Phys. Status Solidi A 19, 75 (1973).
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10.See Ref. 1, Sec. 5.13.
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