The velocity and current determination method proposed in Part I is applied for the Watkins-Gunn effect. Two cases are considered: a the case of quasi-equilibrium between high- and lowmobility states instantaneous transitions and b the case of non-instantaneous transitions. For the former case the total current j s and the domain velocity u o are determined separately also including field-dependent diffusion coefficients. The analysis of the resulting velocity expressions shows that the Gunn domains, in contrast to the slowly moving recombination domains, are insensitive to the domain shape, at least in GaAs. This is a preview of subscription content, access via your institution. Ridley and T. Watkins , Proc. London , 78 , , Article Google Scholar.
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