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The total thermal

may be written in the form 1 ( 6.57 ) W Wo + Wi K Here Wo is the thermal

The total thermal

**resistivity**W of a fairly pure metal at low temperatures ( T < / 10 )may be written in the form 1 ( 6.57 ) W Wo + Wi K Here Wo is the thermal

**resistivity**due to electron scattering by lattice vibrations and W ; is the thermal**resistivity**...Page 239

Experimental points involving

room temperature , shown with curves calculated from theory to obtain

approximate values of mean free paths . Here e ' is the

the bulk ...

Experimental points involving

**resistivity**measurements of Cu and Ag films atroom temperature , shown with curves calculated from theory to obtain

approximate values of mean free paths . Here e ' is the

**resistivity**in the film ; p isthe bulk ...

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MacDonald ' has pointed out there is an apparent excess electric

Na , and K as the melting point is approached . The excess is with respect to a

linear increase of

Fig ...

MacDonald ' has pointed out there is an apparent excess electric

**resistivity**in Li ,Na , and K as the melting point is approached . The excess is with respect to a

linear increase of

**resistivity**with temperature . Results for sodium are plotted inFig ...

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DIFFRACTION OF XRAYS BY CRYSTALS | 44 |

CLASSIFICATION OF SOLIDS LATTICE ENERGY | 63 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 85 |

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