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

English

Noun

(wikipedia polaron) (en noun)
  • (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
  • Derived terms

    * polaronic

    vibron

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • (physics) A quantum of intramolecular vibration
  • See also

    *phonon *polaron