By R. G. Compton
In quantity 30, an test is made to contemplate comprehensively either theoretical and experimental info which were bought thus far on electron tunneling reactions regarding chemical substances of varied periods, and to debate the function performed via those reactions in numerous parts of chemistry. The dialogue of the above challenge is preceded by means of a overview of information on tunneling phenomena in nuclear physics, atomic physics, solid-state physics, in addition to at the tunneling results in chemistry that transcend the framework of the most topic of this monograph. This overview is integrated to acquaint the reader with the position of tunneling phenomena in physics and chemistry as an entire, to teach how assorted the dominion of tunneling phenomena is, and to work out extra pretty the similarities and the variations among electron tunneling in chemical reactions and different tunnel phenomena.
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19. The scheme of bands explaining the voltage-current curve of a tunnel diode. a, The p-region; b, the n-region; c, the forbidden energy gap. Arrows show the directions of electron transfer. 0, The case of the zero shift of the Fermi levels; 1,2, tunneling through the forbidden energy gap; 3, the position of bands corresponding to the minimum of the voltage current curve for a diode; 4, thermal currents. voltage characteristics of a tunnel diode, is shown in Fig. 19. At zero shift voltage, the Fermi levels coincide in p- and n-regions and the current is equal to zero.
Is equal to d = E , / F , we rewrite eqn. (28) as References pp. 6G68 40 If one knows the dependence of the electron energy on the coordinate, it is possible to calculate the probability of tunneling; to carry this out, one has to find the relation between the imaginary component of the wave vector and the electron energy. The simplest way to do this is to use the flat-wave model. According to this model, the solution of the Schrodinger equation for the electron in periodical potential is the sum of two flat waves t,bh = ahexp(ikx) + bkexp[i(k - G)x] (30) where G = 2n/a and a is the size of an elementary cell.
For example, the frequency of 484MHz corresponds to the value of V = 10-6V. Let us now consider the effect of the magnetic field on the current in the tunnel structure shown in Fig. 15(b). The external current is equal to the sum of currents through each junction. The magnetic field influences the phases of the currents through the upper and lower junctions in different ways. This results in the interference of currents. Without dwelling upon the details of the derivation , we present the final formula for the value of the total current J = ZJ,,sind,,cos@ where @ is the magnetic field flow through the circuit measured in the h/e units.