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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of phonons

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of phonons:

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  1. it can be photons and phonons, or it could be phonons and electrons, or it could be photons,
  2. First set of particles that we get are the phonons. At T > 0k you have phonons. We can
  3. phonons is called Lattice scattering or Phonons scattering. It is called Lattice scattering
  4. you have other particles namely ionized impurities phonons or vibrating lattice and other carriers
  5. So, it is a combined effect of phonons and photons. In terms of, if you want to use that
  6. jargon phonons and photons. It is a layman language. In the laymans language it is
  7. we have shown how the four types of particles named electrons, holes, photons and phonons
  8. and phonons are created.
  9. of particles: photons, phonons, electrons, and holes.
  10. free electron there is a hole. Now, how is the concentration of photons, phonons, electrons
  11. phonons are converging and providing the energy. In fact, once you known that you also have
  12. electrons and holes, it is not necessary that only photons and phonons have to provide the
  13. phonons and electrons because all these are moving about in the crystal and all these
  14. have the third process where phonons may be involved. There is no specific name for that.
  15. You can call it Generation through Phonons. Here I will write this process as Phonon Generation
  16. or Phonon Ionization and Recombination involved in phonons.
  17. Non radiative will include Auger recombination or recombination wherein phonons are created.
  18. ionization and Auger recombination. And similarly you can do it for phonons. So for impact ionization
  19. generation recombination using phonons. For Auger recombination, it is electron and hole
  20. to saying it is colliding with phonons. So what happens if an electron collides with