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F. NEUMARK AND K. , without lattice relaxation) by use of a different model for the vibrational behavior (specifically, with use of a nonlinear electron-phonon interaction and of anharmonic terms). In view of this discrepancy, we omit tabulation of dFPc values obtained via analyses of only thermal data. A similar caution against purely thermal determinations of dF-c has also been given by Bois and Chantre (1980). , in a field-free (or low field) case. 5. GAP The energies of deep electron and hole traps, arranged chronologically and according to author, are shown for G a P in Figs.

1977; van der Does de Bye, 1976) yield values in the range of 2-5 x lo-" cm3 s-’, it is not certain that use of such p-type functions is appropriate. , 1977). As regards the Auger effect at donor-acceptor pairs-which is the analog of the exciton case but with the electron and hole on different centers-this was treated by Landsberg and Adams (1973), who concluded that for usual impurity concentrations the radiative process will dominate over the Auger effect. However, a recent treatment by Chernysh et a2.

Measurements in a field region. a 26 G . F. NEUMARK AND K. , without lattice relaxation) by use of a different model for the vibrational behavior (specifically, with use of a nonlinear electron-phonon interaction and of anharmonic terms). In view of this discrepancy, we omit tabulation of dFPc values obtained via analyses of only thermal data. A similar caution against purely thermal determinations of dF-c has also been given by Bois and Chantre (1980). , in a field-free (or low field) case. 5.

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