Debye frequency


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Debye frequency

[də′bī ‚frē·kwən·sē]
(solid-state physics)
The maximum allowable frequency in the computation of the Debye specific heat.
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Along with the Debye temperature it is used the concept of the Debye frequency ([[omega].
e] in (1b) is considered to be constant, or having a first order Debye frequency dependence,
D] is the Debye frequency, M the Taylor factor, and the U0 and v the parameters to be decided.