pseudopotential method

pseudopotential method

[‚sü·də·pə‚ten·chəl ′meth·əd]
(solid-state physics)
A method of approximating the energy states of electrons in a crystal lattice in which the electrons are assumed to move in a common effective potential that is calculated from the experimentally determined energy levels and the effective masses of the electrons.
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