Valence and conduction bands

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The valence band and conduction band are a concept in physics. They do not mean anything when working with metal. In other solids, they are the last places before the fermi level.[1]

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  1. Cox, P. A (1987). The electronic structure and chemistry of solids. Oxford [Oxfordshire]; New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-855204-8. OCLC 14213060.