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Some Effects Occurring in Dislocated Tellurium
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14.Thus the Haynes‐Hornbeck model would require traps in sample T‐320, and comparable densities in other samples. Since () is apparently in our tellurium, the above result could be correct only if the extensive zone refining provides an almost perfectly compensated impurity distribution, This is hardly compatible with the fact that it has never been found possible to dope tellurium so as to make it n type.
15.The minimum value of set by the rate of intrinsic processes at 300 °K With extensively zone refined material, the density of chemical recombination centers should be small enough to keep less than about
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