By Shang Yuan Ren
The thought of digital states within the frequently reliable kingdom physics is largely a conception of digital states in crystals of limitless dimension. in spite of the fact that, any genuine crystal regularly has a finite measurement. This publication offers an analytical thought at the digital states in excellent low-dimensional platforms and finite crystals lately built by means of the writer in accordance with a differential equation idea procedure. It provides a few specific and common basic understandings at the digital states in perfect low-dimensional structures and finite crystals and gives new insights on a few primary difficulties in low-dimensional structures equivalent to the outside states, quantum confinement results and so on, a few of them are fairly various from what are normally believed within the stable nation physics community.
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Suppose this is not true, that there is an energy band in which εn (k) is not a monotonic function of k. Then there must be at least one λ inside the energy band for which there are at least two distinct k1 and k2 in (0, πa ) for which εn (k1 ) = εn (k2 ) = λ. 57). 36) can only have two linearly independent solutions. B. At λ = λn , D(λ) = 2. 1. In most cases λn is a simple zero of D(λ) − 2. 36) has two linearly independent solutions with forms as y1 (x, λ) = p1 (x, λn ), y2 (x, λ) = x p1 (x, λn ) + p2 (x, λn ).
Suppose x0 is any zero of φ2m ( πa , x). 71): π π φ2m , τ = φ2m , τ + a = 0. 71) corresponding to the eigenvalue Λx0 ,2m : Λx0 ,2m = ε2m ( πa ). 71) corresponding to the eigenvalue Λx1 ,2m : Λx1 ,2m = ε2m+1 ( πa ). Hence, as τ as a variable changes from τ = x0 to τ = x1 , a zero of φ2m+1 ( πa , x) next to x0 , as a function of τ , Λτ,2m correspondingly and continuously changes from ε2m ( πa ) to ε2m+1 ( πa ). Similarly, as τ as a variable changes from τ = x1 to τ = x2 , the other zero of φ2m ( πa , x) next to x1 , as a function of τ , Λτ,2m correspondingly and continuously changes back from ε2m+1 ( πa ) to ε2m ( πa ).
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