[shot-kee] /ˈʃɒt ki/
an unoccupied position in a crystal lattice caused by the relocation of an atom or ion from the interior to the surface of the crystal.
(physics) a crystal defect in which vacancies exist in the lattice
- Schottky effect
noun 1. (physics) a reduction in the energy required to remove an electron from a solid surface in a vacuum when an electric field is applied to the surface
noun, Electronics. 1. shot effect. Schottky noise noun 1. another name for shot noise
[skout-n] /ˈskaʊt n/ noun, (used with a plural verb) 1. a group of islands belonging to Papua New Guinea, in the Pacific Oceans, off the N coast of New Guinea. Schouten Islands /ˈʃaʊtən/ plural noun 1. a group of islands in the Pacific, off the N coast of Papua New Guinea. Area: 3185 sq km […]
noun 1. (in Pennsylvania Dutch furniture) a two-door clothes cabinet one side of which has drawers and shelves and the other side an open space for hanging clothes.