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    Hi all

    I left my book with a friend as I had an exam today, and I forgot to get it back and need it for my homework.

    Would anybody studying with this book be able to scan the pages on Electron Drift velocity and maybe upload it onto a photosharing site like photobucket or anything?

    If you did, you would be a huge star!

    Thanks!!!!
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    i=nAve

    v=drift velocity (normally around 10^-5 or so in magnitude)

    i=current
    n=number of charge carriers (electrons in this case)
    A=cross sectional area
    e=elementary charge (=1.6*10^-19)
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    thankyou, but as much as I appreciate your help I really need the double page spread to answer all the questions on those pages and to learn it lol
 
 
 
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