Bloch function

Bloch function

[′bläk ‚fəŋk·shən]
(solid-state physics)
A wave function for an electron in a periodic lattice, of the form u (r) exp [i k·r] where u (r) has the periodicity of the lattice.
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Pommerenke, On Bloch functions and normal functions, J.
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Makhmutov, Integral characterizations of Bloch functions, New Zealand Journal of Mathematics, Vol 26 (1997), 201-212.