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## Einstein relation (kinetic theory)In physics (namely, in kinetic theory) the ## Additional recommended knowledgelinking is Boltzmann's constant, and k_{B}T is the absolute temperature.
The mobility μ.
_{p} = v_{d} / FThis equation is an early example of a fluctuation-dissipation relation. ## Diffusion of particlesIn the limit of low Reynolds number, the mobility where This equation is also known as the ## Electrical conductionWhen applied to electrical conduction, it is normal to divide through by the charge where In a semiconductor with an arbitrary density of states the Einstein relation is where η is the chemical potential and p the particle number |

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