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e-Book Electronic Characteristics and Electron-Phonon Interaction in Superconducting Metals and Alloys (Studies in Soviet Science) download

e-Book Electronic Characteristics and Electron-Phonon Interaction in Superconducting Metals and Alloys (Studies in Soviet Science) download

by N. G. Basov

ISBN: 0306109379
ISBN13: 978-0306109379
Language: English
Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (January 1, 1978)
Pages: 98
Category: Engineering
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Electronic Characteristics and Electron-Phonon Interaction in Superconducting Metals and Alloys. and Gas Dynall1ics of Lasers. P. N. Lebedev Physics Institute Academy of Sciences of the USSR. Theoretical Problems in the Spectroscopy and Gas Dynamics of Lasers. Temporal Characteristics of Laser Pulses and Interaction of Laser Radiation with Matter. Electrical and Optical Properties of III-IV Semiconductors. Translated from Russian by Donald H. McNeill.

The electron-phonon interaction also contributes to the self-energy of an electron. This dependence is usually not an important aspect of photoemission in simple metals. However, the electron-phonon interaction is important for other systems

The electron-phonon interaction also contributes to the self-energy of an electron. However, the electron-phonon interaction is important for other systems. As experimental resolution improves, the effects of phonons will be observed in simple metals. The interaction with phonons contributes to a self energy Σp(E) which has real and imaginary parts (Grimvall, 1981). Note that we did not indicate a dependence upon wave vector

OSTI We present detailed studies of electronic properties of Al-Si alloys prepared in a. .

GOV Journal Article: Electron and phonon effects in superconducting fcc lead-based alloys. Title: Electron and phonon effects in superconducting fcc lead-based alloys. The quenched alloys exhibit an enhanced superconducting transition temperature up to . K in an Al-Si 30 at. % alloy as well as an increased thermal slope of resistivity.

Earlier studies generally considered electrical contacts of large dimensions, having.

Earlier studies generally considered electrical contacts of large dimensions, having regions of current concentration with diameters substantially larger than the characteristic dimensions of the material: the interatomic distance, the mean free path for electrons, the coherence length in the superconducting state, et.

Investigation of the electron-phonon interaction (EPI) in LaCuSb2 and La.

Investigation of the electron-phonon interaction (EPI) in LaCuSb2 and La(Cu. Ag0. 2)Sb2 compounds by Yanson point-contact spectroscopy (PCS) has been carried out. Point-contact spectra display a pronounced broad maximum in the range of 10÷20 mV caused by EPI. Variation of the position of this maximum is likely connected with anisotropic phonon spectrum in these layered compounds. interest in view of the possibility to compare such two superconducting families. The observed nonlinearities of the current-voltage characteristics (and their derivatives) for point contacts between two metals contain information about the phonon spectrum.

First-principles investigation of electron-phonon interactions in novel .

First-principles investigation of electron-phonon interactions in novel superconductors. Electronic transport in metallic systems and generalized kinetic equations. Alexander Leonidovich Kuzemsky. Electron–phonon contribution to the phonon and excited electron (hole) linewidths in bulk Pd. Irina Yu. Sklyadneva, Aritz Leonardo, Pedro M. Echenique, Sergey V Eremeev, Eugene V. Chulkov.

The phonon and electronic properties, the Eliashberg function and the temperature dependence of resistance of.The electronic band dispersion and partial density of states conclude that Ca2N is a metal and the Ca 3p, 4s and N 2p orbitals are hybridized.

The phonon and electronic properties, the Eliashberg function and the temperature dependence of resistance of electride Ca2N are investigated by the DFT-LDA (density functional theory in local density approximation) plane-wave method. The phonon dispersion, the partial phonon density of states and the atomic eigenvectors of zero-center phonons are studied.

4 no superconducting transition down to . 2 K has . 2 K has been observed in powders of diborides of transition metals (M Ti, Zr, Hf, V, Cr, Mo, U). NbB 2 is expected to superconduct with a rather low transition temperature (< 1 K), and contradictory reports about superconductivity up to T c . K in TaB 2 can be found. For the calculation of the phonon spectra and electron– phonon interaction a scalar relativistic FP-LMTO method was used. Phonon spectra and electron–phonon matrix elements were calculated for 50 points in the irreducible part of the BZ using the linear response scheme developed by Savrasov.

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