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Relation between the Intervals ΔE and Δt Obtained in the De-Excitation Process of Electrons in Metals

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A relation between the intervals of energy and time, derived in a former paper and associated with the electron transitions on the Fermi surface of a metal, is examined in comparison with the experimental data. These data are obtained from the de-excitation process of electrons in metals. A comparison between theory and experiment demonstrated that the new relation between energy and time is fitted much better for the experimental results than the well-known relation due to the Heisenberg theory.

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S. Olszewski, "Relation between the Intervals ΔE and Δt Obtained in the De-Excitation Process of Electrons in Metals," Journal of Modern Physics, Vol. 3 No. 3, 2012, pp. 217-220. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2012.33030.

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