polaron

Plasmon vs Polaron - What's the difference?

plasmon | polaron |


As nouns the difference between plasmon and polaron

is that plasmon is (genetics) all the genetic material in an organism while polaron is (physics) the object that results when an electron (or hole) in the conduction band of a crystalline insulator or semiconductor polarizes the lattice in its vicinity.

Polron vs Polaron - What's the difference?

polron | polaron |


As nouns the difference between polron and polaron

is that polron is while polaron is (physics) the object that results when an electron (or hole) in the conduction band of a crystalline insulator or semiconductor polarizes the lattice in its vicinity.

Polaron vs Intrapolaron - What's the difference?

polaron | intrapolaron |


In physics|lang=en terms the difference between polaron and intrapolaron

is that polaron is (physics) the object that results when an electron (or hole) in the conduction band of a crystalline insulator or semiconductor polarizes the lattice in its vicinity while intrapolaron is (physics) within a polaron.

As a noun polaron

is (physics) the object that results when an electron (or hole) in the conduction band of a crystalline insulator or semiconductor polarizes the lattice in its vicinity.

As an adjective intrapolaron is

(physics) within a polaron.

Polaron vs Vibron - What's the difference?

polaron | vibron | see also |

Polaron is a see also of vibron.


In physics|lang=en terms the difference between polaron and vibron

is that polaron is (physics) the object that results when an electron (or hole) in the conduction band of a crystalline insulator or semiconductor polarizes the lattice in its vicinity while vibron is (physics) a quantum of intramolecular vibration.

As nouns the difference between polaron and vibron

is that polaron is (physics) the object that results when an electron (or hole) in the conduction band of a crystalline insulator or semiconductor polarizes the lattice in its vicinity while vibron is (physics) a quantum of intramolecular vibration.

Polaron vs Magnetopolaron - What's the difference?

polaron | magnetopolaron |


In physics|lang=en terms the difference between polaron and magnetopolaron

is that polaron is (physics) the object that results when an electron (or hole) in the conduction band of a crystalline insulator or semiconductor polarizes the lattice in its vicinity while magnetopolaron is (physics) the magnetic equivalent of a polaron.

As nouns the difference between polaron and magnetopolaron

is that polaron is (physics) the object that results when an electron (or hole) in the conduction band of a crystalline insulator or semiconductor polarizes the lattice in its vicinity while magnetopolaron is (physics) the magnetic equivalent of a polaron.

Polaron vs Bipolaron - What's the difference?

polaron | bipolaron |


In context|physics|lang=en terms the difference between polaron and bipolaron

is that polaron is (physics) the object that results when an electron (or hole) in the conduction band of a crystalline insulator or semiconductor polarizes the lattice in its vicinity while bipolaron is (physics) a bound pair of two polarons.

As nouns the difference between polaron and bipolaron

is that polaron is (physics) the object that results when an electron (or hole) in the conduction band of a crystalline insulator or semiconductor polarizes the lattice in its vicinity while bipolaron is (chemistry) a doubly-charged polaron.

Polaronic vs Polaron - What's the difference?

polaronic | polaron | Derived terms |

Polaronic is a derived term of polaron.


As an adjective polaronic

is of or pertaining to polarons.

As a noun polaron is

(physics) the object that results when an electron (or hole) in the conduction band of a crystalline insulator or semiconductor polarizes the lattice in its vicinity.

Vicinity vs Polaron - What's the difference?

vicinity | polaron |


As nouns the difference between vicinity and polaron

is that vicinity is proximity, or the state of being near while polaron is (physics) the object that results when an electron (or hole) in the conduction band of a crystalline insulator or semiconductor polarizes the lattice in its vicinity.

Lattice vs Polaron - What's the difference?

lattice | polaron |


As nouns the difference between lattice and polaron

is that lattice is a flat panel constructed with widely-spaced crossed thin strips of wood or other material, commonly used as a garden trellis while polaron is (physics) the object that results when an electron (or hole) in the conduction band of a crystalline insulator or semiconductor polarizes the lattice in its vicinity.

As a verb lattice

is to make a lattice of.

Polarize vs Polaron - What's the difference?

polarize | polaron |


As a verb polarize

is (us) to cause to have a polarization.

As a noun polaron is

(physics) the object that results when an electron (or hole) in the conduction band of a crystalline insulator or semiconductor polarizes the lattice in its vicinity.

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