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- adj. Describing a region between bands (magnetic, spectral etc)
There were definite implicit mechanisms for village coordination and interband cooperation, often by means of emissaries sent between the households of chiefs to express their combined opinions and to learn the wishes of other parties.
The first is something called "interband tunnel FET."
In principle, the interband optical absorption in zero-gap graphene could be saturated readily under strong excitation due to Pauli blocking.
In theory, interband tunneling diodes could form very dense, very efficient micro-circuits in computer chips.
Unlike conventional interband semiconductor lasers, such as those used in DVD players, the quantum cascade laser (QCL) is an intersubband device that requires only electrons to operate.
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