ballistic transport


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ballistic transport

[bə′lis·tik ′tranz‚pȯrt]
(electronics)
The passage of electrons through a semiconductor whose length is less than the mean free path of electrons in the semiconductor, so that most of the electrons pass through the semiconductor without scattering.
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