band gap

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band gap

[′band ‚gap]
(solid-state physics)
An energy difference between two allowed bands of electron energy in a metal.
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I looked round and saw to the right of me and a half-dozen yards in front of me a narrow gap in the wall of rock through which a ray of light slanted into the shadows.
This blast is said to be caused by a narrow gap or funnel in the mountains, through which the river forces its way between perpendicular precipices, resembling cut rocks.
It was opened by a strange servant, on whom the odd figure of the visitor did not appear to make the most favourable impression possible, inasmuch as she no sooner saw him than she very nearly closed it, and placing herself in the narrow gap, inquired what he wanted.
This high basicity, neutral, agglomerated flux has been upgraded and now is especially suited for narrow gap welding because of its good slag detachability, concave weld bead profile and smooth sidewall blending.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Hot wire narrow gap tig welding station with column and boom job rotator and job positioner manipulator
50pm but hit trouble when it tried to get through a narrow gap on a roundabout in Riverside, Cardiff.
For the first time in the history of the presidential elections in Bulgaria, there is such a narrow gap between the first and the second candidate, while the two of them have the support of less than 50% of the voters, announced Boryana Dimitrova, managing director of Alpha Research.
The teenager weaved in and out of traffic at high speed and even squeezed through a narrow gap between a vehicle and a crash barrier on the dual carriageway in Flintshire.
The plastic thereby flows evenly into the cavity through a long, narrow gap.
vvMitch Godwin deserves plenty of credit for getting Cricklewood Green home through a narrow gap in the mile handicap at Brighton after his mount was matched at 120.
There were reports they failed to get through a narrow gap in the rocks and their parachutes failed to open.