Hole Currents and Electron Currents

In a conducting solid, there are both hole currents and electron currents moving in response to a forcing electric field. In the simple case, electrons move in one direction along the conductor and lattice holes move (migrate) in the other. However, when additional fields are added, the situation can become very complex. The holes and electrons can move oppositely or together in the same direction, depending on the arrangement of the fields and voltages. One can even use fields at right angles to the conductor to affect the currents, and even stop them. This is a rich subject for the inventor, and one that does not appear to have been adequately explored for potential energy and power purposes. This is particularly true when the conductor material is bent or shaped, etc. This area is so broad that it will not be treated here; instead, we refer the reader to Burke {449} for a basic idea of some of the effects and current combinations that can be obtained. From there, an interested experimenter should search the materials science literature on electron and hole current responses of materials.

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