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Schottky Contacts

Schottky contacts are, as the ohmic ones, open contacts but they don't have an electron reservoir, which means that electrons (or more generally, particles) can go out through this it, but they are just absorbing contacts, so the neutrality charge condition have to hold on it.

Didier Link 2007-05-18