THERMOPOWER OF (SN)//x AT LOW TEMPERATURES.

L. J. Azevedo, P. M. Chaikin, W. G. Clark, W. W. Fuller, J. Hammann

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    Abstract

    Measurements were made of the thermoelectric power of (Sn)//x from 0. 1 K to 4. 2 K. A large phonon drag contribution is observed above 1 K which can be associated with strong electron-phonon scattering. The superconducting transition is seen as well as rising thermopower contribution below 1 K resulting from a Kondo effect with low T//K.

    Original languageEnglish (US)
    Title of host publicationJ Phys (Paris) Colloq
    Pages446-447
    Number of pages2
    Volume39 Colloq C-6
    Edition8
    StatePublished - Aug 1978
    EventInt Conf on Low Temp Phys, 15th - Grenoble, Fr, USA
    Duration: Aug 23 1978Aug 29 1978

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    OtherInt Conf on Low Temp Phys, 15th
    CityGrenoble, Fr, USA
    Period8/23/788/29/78

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    Thermoelectric power
    Kondo effect
    Phonon scattering
    Electron scattering
    Electron transitions
    Drag

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    • Engineering(all)

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    Azevedo, L. J., Chaikin, P. M., Clark, W. G., Fuller, W. W., & Hammann, J. (1978). THERMOPOWER OF (SN)//x AT LOW TEMPERATURES. In J Phys (Paris) Colloq (8 ed., Vol. 39 Colloq C-6, pp. 446-447)

    THERMOPOWER OF (SN)//x AT LOW TEMPERATURES. / Azevedo, L. J.; Chaikin, P. M.; Clark, W. G.; Fuller, W. W.; Hammann, J.

    J Phys (Paris) Colloq. Vol. 39 Colloq C-6 8. ed. 1978. p. 446-447.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

    Azevedo, LJ, Chaikin, PM, Clark, WG, Fuller, WW & Hammann, J 1978, THERMOPOWER OF (SN)//x AT LOW TEMPERATURES. in J Phys (Paris) Colloq. 8 edn, vol. 39 Colloq C-6, pp. 446-447, Int Conf on Low Temp Phys, 15th, Grenoble, Fr, USA, 8/23/78.
    Azevedo LJ, Chaikin PM, Clark WG, Fuller WW, Hammann J. THERMOPOWER OF (SN)//x AT LOW TEMPERATURES. In J Phys (Paris) Colloq. 8 ed. Vol. 39 Colloq C-6. 1978. p. 446-447
    Azevedo, L. J. ; Chaikin, P. M. ; Clark, W. G. ; Fuller, W. W. ; Hammann, J. / THERMOPOWER OF (SN)//x AT LOW TEMPERATURES. J Phys (Paris) Colloq. Vol. 39 Colloq C-6 8. ed. 1978. pp. 446-447
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