localized state

localized state

[′lō·kə‚līzd ′stāt]
(quantum mechanics)
A state of motion in which an electron may be found anywhere within a region of a material of linear extent smaller than that of the material.
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43 presents a different behavior at the low temperature region (T<150[degrees]K), which may be caused by a decrease in the probability that the carriers are displaced from a localized state into another via tunnel, in turn caused by some unknown mechanism.
A localized state of emergency was declared in the worst-affected areas, and the military were deployed to help with rescue operations.
Today's localized state insurance departments have enforcement officers accountable to citizens directly by election or indirectly by appointment.
USPSTF analyzed prostate cancer screening intervals with the goal of detecting disease in an early, localized state and concluded that if indeed prostate screening were deemed useful, biennial screening involving the DRE and PSA would be sufficient.
Periodic and localized state reviews (emergency measures) are carried out and measures developed proposals E1 - state information: The state measurement data (etc.
Recently it was shown that a localized state of light (Tamm Plasmon) can be formed at the interface between a specially designed Bragg mirror and metallic layer.
They will feature interfaces and contacts where new types of localized states emerge, such as the one proposed to explain the long-standing question of the 0.
Their topics include the thermodynamics of surface phenomena, localized states and surface elementary excitations, calculating adhesion characteristics of metals and their melts by the density functional method, friction of surfaces of solids with no lubrication, and ferromagnetism in ultrathin films of transition metals.
u] is the width of localized states (or Urbach energy) in the optical band gap.
3] S/cm for the conduction in the extended states, but is should become smaller for the conduction in the localized states near the Fermi level.