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  1. Band gap (2749 bytes)
    1: ...the conduction and valence bands may overlap. The band gap is also referred to as the ‘forbidden energ...
    3: ==Why electrons jump the band gap==
    4: ... enough energy in order to jump to the conduction band.
    6: ...ain sufficient energy to get excited and jump the band gap.
    8: ... proportional to , where Eg is the energy of the band gap, k stands for Boltzmann’s constant and T is...
  2. Conduction band (2591 bytes)
    1: '''Conduction band''' refers to the area across which valence electr...
    5: ...; it is only the valence electrons that appear in bands.
    8: ... above the forbidden gap is called the conduction band.
    10: ... gain enough energy to get energised and jump the band gap. Energy can be acquired by electrons after th...
    13: ...ional to , where Eg stands for the energy of the band gap, k stands for Boltzmann’s constant and T de...
  3. Electronic band structure (1985 bytes)
    1: ...n and valence band i.e. width of forbidden energy band, solids are classified into three categories:
    4: ...ied, some of the electrons jump to the conduction band and become poor conductors. Examples of insulator...
    7: ...electrons from the valence band to the conduction band, thus making the semiconductor behave like a cond...
    10: ... of current; holes are not created in the valence band.
  4. Dave Matthews Band (1769 bytes)
    1: ...) and Peter Griesar (keyboards). Griesar left the band in 1993.
    5: ... of some of the songs were released. In 2005, the band released its latest ''Busted Stuff.'' This album ...
    7: ==Jam band controversy==
    9: ...ntify a band as a jam band. Instead, many put the band into the JamRock category, as it seems that they ...
    12: [[Category:Dave Matthews Band| ]]
  5. Nirvana (band) (2250 bytes)
    1: ...1994, Cobain committed suicide and the Nirvana disbanded. In 2002, ''You Know You're Right'', a demo rec...
    9: ...h the band the Foo Fighters. Novoselic formed the band Sweet 75 after Nirvana dissolved. Currently he is...
  6. Bush (band) (1756 bytes)
    1: In 1992, '''Bush''' a British alternative rock band was formed. Their debut album was the self-relea...
    4: ... they were once known as BushX, because the 1970s band Bush, led by Domenic Troiano, owned the Canadian ...
    9: ... projects most notably Gavin Rossdale and his new band Institute.
    11: ...s married to Gwen Stefani, lead singer of the ska band No Doubt) said he hasn't ruled out the possibilit...
    13: ...X Four which is a CD and a DVD which features the band's music videos.
  7. Cake (band) (1792 bytes)
    1: '''Cake''' is a Sacramento based band that is often label as alternative rock or indie ...
    5: ...s been a new style in an industry where the other bands have much in common as a whole.
    7: ... unique style has been used to make them into the band that they are.
    10: Damiani left the band in 1997, and was replaced by Gabe Nelson. Greg Br...
    12: ... Damiani would work together when they formed the band called Deathray.
  8. Mortician (band) (1879 bytes)
    1: ...ortician," they decided to change the name of the band.
    7: ...ms. They do have a real drummer during their live band performances.
    12: ...ur without Rahmer, with members of the supporting bands handling the bass and vocal duties.
    16: ==The band==
    19: The Core band is: Will Rahmer, Bass, Vocals; Roger J. Beaujard,...
  9. Ministry (band) (3871 bytes)
    1: ...as been the brains and the puppet master for this band.
    4: ...n of this band in 1984, Al Jourgensen started the band in a style that was a harder for of New Wave, alt...
    10: ...h a huge list of talent, yet Jourgensen keeps the band in the running. They have been among the best in ...
    52: [[Category:Bands with only one constant member]]
  10. Alphaville (band) (1765 bytes)
    1: ...anged their name to Alphaville. They are a German band that has changed the sythpop and most forms of el...
    4: ... Gold and Bernhard Lloyd. They have been with the band for each change and evolutions that it has gone t...
    6: ...tion into the scene and have helped an arsenal of bands in gaining some notoriety. They were to release ...
  11. Rosetta Stone (band) (3036 bytes)
    1: '''Rosetta Stone''' is a band formed in the mid 1980s around key members Porl K...
    5: Porl King was the main heart and soul of the band doing vocals, guitar, keyboards, with Carl North ...
    9: ...ation which marked a change in direction for the band's core sound and base line-up.
    11: ...ile Porl King and Carl North remained to take the band into a more industrial style and sound. The music...
    13: ...different tier of a fan base than most other Goth bands. In the late 1990s, Porl King had lost a part of...
  12. PTP (band) (2147 bytes)
    1: '''PTP''' is the name of a '''band''' that released only two albums, and the first i...
    4: ...d there was only one problem that this posed, the band only made 3 songs.
  13. Coil (band) (2132 bytes)
    16: ... viewed that coil died with the other half of the band, John dying. The material was released after a ti...

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  1. Music (3661 bytes)
    30: ...standing alone at house and enjoying the favorite band or song. There are different types of concerts ba...
  2. Nat King Cole (2801 bytes)
    22: ...eenager, he adopted the name Nat Cole and began a band with his brother. They performed regularly at lo...
  3. Louis Armstrong (2489 bytes)
    7: [[Category:Jazz bandleaders|Armstrong, Louis]]
    17: ...his place with [[Kid Ory]]’s band, the top jazz band in the city at that time.
    19: ...York City]] to play with the top African American band in the country: the Fletcher Henderson Orchestra,...
    25: ...d went back to his original Dixieland style. His band, the All Stars, made many recordings and in 1964 ...
  4. Country music (2448 bytes)
    5: ...luence stands in the Carter Family. They formed a band which portrayed some songs picked up by A.P. Cart...
  5. Waylon Jennings (3515 bytes)
    16: ...uce his first records. Jennings joined Holly’s band as the bassist and set off on a nationwide tour. ...
    20: .... He usually recorded and performed with his own band and his music was criticized at not being "sweet"...
  6. Bill Monroe (2557 bytes)
    12: ...med for nearly sixty years as a singer, composer, bandleader, and instrumentalist.
    14: ...company and Bill started up the "Blue Grass Boys" band. He started playing regularly on the [[Grand Ole...
    18: The "Blue Grass Boys" was a popular band and over 150 musicians played in it at one time o...
  7. Foggy Mountain Boys (1931 bytes)
    5: ...g of the special style of [[country music]]. The band's featured members were [[Lester Flatt]] and [[Ea...
    7: ...ss, who were also a member of the Blue Grass Boys band. They became members of the [[Grand Ole Opry]] i...
    9: One of the bands best known songs, their signature song in fact, ...
  8. Bob Wills (2749 bytes)
    3: [[Category:Bandleaders|Wills, Bob]]
    12: ...r radio host and General Manager so they left the band in 1933.
    14: ...ers, and finally a [[steel guitar]]. In 1940 the band recorded "New San Antonio Rose." It became their...
    18: ...come known as the [[Bakersfield Sound]]. Several bands made an appearance in the 1980’s, like [[Aslee...
  9. Hank Williams (2810 bytes)
    14: ...ge and was performing throughout the state in his band, the [[Drifting Cowboys]], by the time he was a t...
  10. Lefty Frizzell (2596 bytes)
    17: ...s. [[Roy Orbison]] was also influenced and put a band together and traveled under the name Lefty Wilbur...
  11. Roy Orbison (2460 bytes)
    18: ...oil town ([[Wink, Texas]]). He started his first band, "The Wink Westerners," when he was 13 and spent ...
  12. Agitpop (1208 bytes)
    3: ...treet Preachers shows clear indication of why the band is considered agitpop:
    6: ... strike was broken." ([http://www.manics.co.uk/04/band/biography.php])
  13. Azaria Chamberlain (16278 bytes)
    132: ...ame called Dash Dingo (itself a parody of [[Crash Bandicoot]])
    134: ...ision series [[Buffy the Vampire Slayer]] is in a band named ''[[Dingoes Ate My Baby]]''.
    135: ...usician [[Ben Folds]] was titled "A dingo took my band", which jokingly referred to Folds' dissolution o...
  14. George Strait (2303 bytes)
    11: ...l, Texas]]. Strait started out playing in a rock band while he was in high school, but before long his ...
    13: ... States Army|US Army]] in 1971 and joined an Army band, "Rambling Country." After returning from his to...
    15: ... college, Strait was part of the "Ace in the Hold Band" that played at [[honky-tonks]] in the area. Str...
  15. Conway Twitty (2522 bytes)
    13: .... He moved to [[Arkansas]] and started his first band, the "Phillips Country Ramblers." After high sch...
  16. Credibility (1803 bytes)
    7: ...]. Indie credibility is crucial for independent [[band]]s desiring to be critically well received.
  17. Chet Atkins (2380 bytes)
    14: ... his first [[Grand Ole Opry]] appearance with the band in 1946. It was hard for him to keep a steady so...
  18. Reba McEntire (2117 bytes)
    10: ...ompeting in rodeos, and playing music. Her first band consisted of her two sisters and brother. McEnti...
  19. Barry Manilow (2084 bytes)
    14: ...tring of singles contained a piano style pop, big band remix, and guitar style rock. During the early 1...
    16: ...it be Magic'' in 1992 and again when an Irish boy band remade ''Mandy''.
  20. Bachelor pad (2112 bytes)
    7: ...temporary musicians like [[Stereolab]] and [[Air (band)|Air]].

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