1. If a metal has 5.82 × 10^28 conduction electrons/m3, find the relaxation time in a metal of resistivity 1.543 × 10^−8 Ω-m.

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2. A uniform silver wire has a resistivity of 1.54×10^−8 Ω-m at room temperature. For an

electric field of 1 V/cm, calculate (i) Relaxation time τ, (ii) Drift velocity Vd and (iii) mobility μ.

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3. Calculate the energy difference between the ground state and first excited state in eV for an

electron in a one-dimensional rigid box of length 1 oA. Mass of the electron = 9.1×10^−31 kg

and h = 6.626×10−34 J-S.

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4. Fermi velocity of electron in Cs metal is 0.73×106 m/s. Calculate its Fermi energy & Fermi

temperature.

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5. Find the temperature at which there is 1.0 % probability that a state with energy 0.5 eV above

Fermi energy will be occupied.

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6. Find the probability with which an energy level 0.02 eV below the Fermi level will be occupied

at room temperature of 300 K and at 1000 K.

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7. Calculate the probability of an electron occupying an energy level 0.02 eV above the Fermi

level at 200 K and 400 K in a material.

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