Browse by Subject "electrical resistivity"
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(1967)The pressure dependence of the electrical resistivity of n-type GaAs l -x Px is measured to a pressure of 7 kilobars at temperatures of 770, 195 0 , and 300 0 K. The samples are doped with sulfur and tellurium and ...
Monitoring and control of electrothermal swing adsorption based on electrical properties of the adsorbent (2015-01-21)Organic vapors and gases (e.g., toluene and isobutane, respectively) are used in industry to produce a variety of products (e.g., coatings and packaging materials). During production and use of these products, these ...
(1964)A new technique for the calculation of electron scatter~ng in metals is proposed and developed. The method is considered valid both for crystals, at temperatures well above the Debye temperature, and for liquids, at ...
Thermal conductivity and electrical resistivity of cemented carbides, titanium diboride and high temperature ceramic superconductors (1988)This project studied the interaction between phonons and electrons, and between these entities and defects in high temperature ceramic superconductors, cemented transition-metal carbides and Ti~~. These interactions were ...