## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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It is obvious that paramagnetic impurities must be carefully guarded against in

O.2 H. - 0.1 H - O | | | O l 2 3 4 5 6 x = kT/AE Fig. 6.8. Plots of the heat capacity C

in ...

It is obvious that paramagnetic impurities must be carefully guarded against in

**thermal**measurements at low temperatures. 0.5 I I | | I N1/N C/Nk 0.4 H. - 0.3H- -O.2 H. - 0.1 H - O | | | O l 2 3 4 5 6 x = kT/AE Fig. 6.8. Plots of the heat capacity C

in ...

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where Q is the flux of

time); K is often expressed in units cal/cm-sec-deg or watts/cm-deg. To convert to

watts/cm-deg, multiply K in cal/cmsec-deg by 4.186. - The form of the equation ...

where Q is the flux of

**thermal**energy (energy transmitted across unit area per unittime); K is often expressed in units cal/cm-sec-deg or watts/cm-deg. To convert to

watts/cm-deg, multiply K in cal/cmsec-deg by 4.186. - The form of the equation ...

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Berman” has measured the

stainless steel, and constantan) between 2° and 90°K and found electron and

phonon contributions of equal orders of magnitude. The total

of ...

Berman” has measured the

**thermal**conductivity of three alloys (German silver,stainless steel, and constantan) between 2° and 90°K and found electron and

phonon contributions of equal orders of magnitude. The total

**thermal**resistivity Wof ...

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