## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 37N. Zanichelli, 1967 - Nuclear physics |

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It would be interesting to carry out

the d bands are respectively 4 and 2 eV below E . If we turn now to the transition

metals Ni , Pd and Pt , then the Fermi level intersects the d bands and the ...

It would be interesting to carry out

**similar**calculations for Ag and for Au , wherethe d bands are respectively 4 and 2 eV below E . If we turn now to the transition

metals Ni , Pd and Pt , then the Fermi level intersects the d bands and the ...

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anomalously large residual resonance resistivity for the alloys with incompletely

filled virtual levels , Fe , Ni such as in Fig . 186 . Figure 24 shows indeed that for a

series of ...

**Similar**results obtain in Co base alloys . In such a model one expectsanomalously large residual resonance resistivity for the alloys with incompletely

filled virtual levels , Fe , Ni such as in Fig . 186 . Figure 24 shows indeed that for a

series of ...

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band . From there one can go back to Friedel ' s results . The corresponding

phase shifts nils ) are given by ( 4 ) tg no ( s ) = E + SE – E ' In principle ,

Anderson ' s ...

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**similar**to Stoner ' s criterion for the appearance of ferromagnetism in aband . From there one can go back to Friedel ' s results . The corresponding

phase shifts nils ) are given by ( 4 ) tg no ( s ) = E + SE – E ' In principle ,

Anderson ' s ...

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### Contents

LOMER Band theory and magnetism | 1 |

PHILLIPS Band theory of transition metals | 22 |

JACCARINO Studies of the hyperfine interaction in transi | 39 |

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