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Update 13_semiconductors_solutions.md

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A hole near the bottom of the conduction band will have the same chirality as an electron. A hole near the bottom of the conduction band will have the same chirality as an electron.
The chirality would be just the opposite if we now consider the valence band (for both electrons and holes). The chirality would be just the opposite if we now consider the valence band (for both electrons and holes).
## Exercise 2: holes in Drude and tight binding model ## Exercise 2: holes in Drude and tight binding model
### Subquestion 1 ### Subquestion 1
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### Subquestion 3 ### Subquestion 3
The effective masses will be of opposite sign. The group velocities will be the same. $$m_e = -\frac{\hbar^2}{2ta^2cos(ka)}$$
$$v_e = -\frac{2tasin(ka)}{\hbar}$$
$$m_h = -m_e$$
$$v_h = v_e$$
The effective masses will be of opposite sign, while the group velocities will be the same!
### Subquestion 4 ### Subquestion 4
...@@ -55,7 +61,10 @@ $$ n_h = \int_{\varepsilon-2t}^{\varepsilon+2t} (1-f(\varepsilon)) g_h(\varepsil ...@@ -55,7 +61,10 @@ $$ n_h = \int_{\varepsilon-2t}^{\varepsilon+2t} (1-f(\varepsilon)) g_h(\varepsil
### Subquestion 5 ### Subquestion 5
## Exercise 3:
## Exercise 3: a 1D semiconductor
```python ```python
def dispersion(EG, tcb, tvb, N=100, kmax=np.pi/2): def dispersion(EG, tcb, tvb, N=100, kmax=np.pi/2):
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