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Calculation of resonance frequencies of electrons present in the contact area of two semiconductors

Sh. K. Kaniyazov, K. A. Ismaylov, A. S. Muratov


Two multielectron atoms with valence bond have been considered. Oscillations of the valence electron were determined with due regard for the influence of two nuclei and electron gas. The resonance frequencies were determined with due regard for the gradient induction forces of electric field. The electric equivalent circuit has been found. The causes of the changing polarity of the electromotive force depending on the frequency of the monochromatic electric field applied to the contact are explained.


сontact; frequency; potential; oscillation; electron gas; Tomas–Fermi potential; induction force; resonance frequency; n-type and semiconductors

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