Lethal Genes and Analysis of Differentiation

@article{Gluecksohnwaelsch1963LethalGA,
  title={Lethal Genes and Analysis of Differentiation},
  author={S. Gluecksohn-waelsch},
  journal={Science},
  year={1963},
  volume={142},
  pages={1269 - 1276}
}
material of one atomic type can be made to diffuse to dislocations where it precipitates. The concentration of vacancies in the other atomic sublattice is therefore reduced along with a reduction in concentration of conduction electrons or holes in the semiconductor. The equilibrium concentration of holes in PbTe crystals as a function of precipitation temperature is shown in Fig. 6 (5). This method could in principle be pursued to very low charge carrier concentrations but is limited in… Expand

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