The Theory of the Properties of Metals and Alloys
Dover Publications, 1958 - Science - 326 pages
Quantum methods develop mathematical models: crystal structure, magnetic susceptibility, electrical and optical properties, thermal properties, etc. Unabridged republication of the original (1936) edition.
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THE SPECIFIC HEAT AT LOW TEMPERATURES
THE EFFECTIVE NUMBER OF FREE ELECTRONS
RESISTANCE AT HIGH TEMPERATURES
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absorption according alloy approximation assume assumption atom band bismuth boundary calculated Chap charge coefficient compared conductivity consider constant copper corresponding crystal cubic curve defined denote density depends determine direction discussed distance distribution effective electrical elements energy equal equation expression Fermi field formula free electrons frequency given gives greater hence increase integral interaction ions lattice low temperatures magnetic mean measured metals method motion moving neighbours nickel number of electrons observed obtain occupied occur parallel periodic phase Phys planes possible potential probability Proc quantum quantum mechanics range referred represents resistance seen shell shown in Fig shows simple solid solution specific heat structure surface temperature term theory thermal tion transition valence electron values vanishes vibrations volume wave function write Zeits zero zone
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Transactions of American Society for Metals, Volume 52
American Society for Metals
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