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Give the postulates of free electron theory. Derive an expression for electrical conductivity of a metal by using classical free electron theory.
i) Explain the assumptions of classical free electron theory, its merits and demerits. (8)
ii) Calculate the electrical and thermal conductivities for a metal with a relaxation time 10-14 second at 300 K. Also calculate Lorentz number using the above result. (Density of electrons = 6×1028 m-3). (5)
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(i) Define thermal conductivity and hence deduce an expression for the same. (10)
Elaborate the mathematical expression for electrical conductivity and thermal conductivity of a conducting material and hence obtain Weidemann-Franz law (13)
State and prove Wiedemann-Franz law. Why does the Lorentz number determined experimentally does not agree with the value calculated from the classical theory? (13)
Determine the expression for thermal conductivity in metals. (13)
Obtain Wiedemann Franz law using the expressions of electrical and thermal conductivity and find the expression of Lorentz number. (13)
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(i)Write an expression for the Fermi energy distribution function F (E) and discuss its behaviour with change in temperature. Plot F (E) versus E for T= 0 K, and T > 0 K. (10)
ii) Use the Fermi distribution function to obtain the value of F (E) for the level just 0.01eV above the Fermi level at 200 K. (3)
Discuss Fermi distribution function and explain its variation with temperature. (13)
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Define Fermi energy. Obtain a general expression for the Fermi energy of electrons in solids at zero degree Kelvin. Show that at the same temperature, the average energy of the electron is (3/5) th of Fermi energy. (13)
Obtain an expression for the density of energy states for a metal.
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