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David A Saenz

What happens to the effective mass of electrons flowing in a very saturated channel?

What happens to the effective mass of an electron when they are in a saturated channel?, I know that they change masses according to the energy level they are at, but when a channel get’s filled out and electrons are being kept there while an over-biased transistor is in the on state, would they get denser or just preserve their electronic configuration?

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