# Fundamentals of Physics Study Set 2

Physics & Astronomy

## Quiz 41 :Conduction of Electricity in Solids Looking for Introductory Physics Homework Help?

## Quiz 41 :Conduction of Electricity in Solids

Showing 1 - 20 of 49  The Fermi-Dirac probability function P(E)varies between:
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A We classify solids electrically according to three basic properties.What are they?
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D The number density n of conduction electrons, the resistivity , and the temperature coefficient of resistivity α are given below for five materials.Which is a semiconductor?
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D A certain material has a resistivity of 7.8 103 m at room temperature, and its resistivity increases as the temperature is raised by 100C.The material is most likely:
Multiple Choice A certain material has a resistivity of 7.8 103 m at room temperature, and its resistivity decreases as the temperature is raised by 100C.The material is most likely:
Multiple Choice A certain material has a resistivity of 7.8 10-8 m at room temperature, and its resistivity increases as the temperature is raised by 100C.The material is most likely:
Multiple Choice Which one of the following statements concerning electron energy bands in solids is true?
Multiple Choice If E0 and ET are the average energies of the "free" electrons in a metal at 0 K and room temperature respectively, then the ratio ET/E0 is approximately:
Multiple Choice The density of states for a metal depends primarily on:
Multiple Choice The Fermi energy of a metal depends primarily on:
Multiple Choice The energy gap between the valence and conduction bands of an insulator is of the order:
Multiple Choice The energy level diagram shown applies to: Multiple Choice Electrons in a full band do not contribute to the current when an electric field exists in a solid because:
Multiple Choice The energy level diagram shown applies to: Multiple Choice In a metal at 0 K, the Fermi energy is:
Multiple Choice The speed of an electron with energy equal to the Fermi energy for copper is on the order of:
Multiple Choice Possible units for the density of states function N(E)are:
Multiple Choice At T = 0 K the probability that a state 0.50 eV below the Fermi level is occupied is:
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