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It is clear that temperature fluctuations would not allow sensible strain measurements if we were to use a pure metal wire. To reduce the temperature fluctuation effects, we need α ≈ λ which means we have to use a metal alloy such as a nichrome wire or a constantan wire. 18 Solutions to Principles of Electronic Materials and Devices: 2nd Edition (Summer 2001) Chapter 2 change in the resistance. Suppose that λgauge and λspecimen are the linear expansion coefficients of the gauge wire and the specimen, then the differential expansion will be λspecimen - λspecimen and this can only be zero if λgauge = λspecimen.
039 eV at 300 K. In the case of Na, the electron-ion interaction is very strong so we cannot assume that the electrons are moving around freely as if in the case of free gas particles in a cylinder. 24 × 10 −18 J (2) where u is the mean speed (strictly, u = root mean square velocity) and me is the electron mass. 109 × 10 (3) There is a theorem in classical physics called the Virial theorem which states that if the interactions between particles in a system obey the inverse square law (as in Coulombic interactions) then the magnitude of the mean KE is equal to the magnitude of the mean PE.
Calculate the number of atoms per m2 and per nm2 on the (100), (110) and (111) planes in the Si crystal as shown on Figure 1Q19-1. Which plane has the most number of atoms per unit area? c. 27 g cm-3. Given that its structure is amorphous, calculate the number of molecules per unit volume, in nm-3. Compare your result with (a) and comment on what happens when the surface of an Si crystal oxidizes. 09 g/mol and 16 g/mol, respectively. a a a (100) plane (110) plane (111) plane Figure 1Q19-1 Diamond cubic crystal structure and planes.