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Theory of kinetic processes in metallic systems
Yu. P. Krasnyi, V. M. Kostenko
The theory of transport coefficients in metals is developed with allowance for the effect that
the dynamics of the ion subsystem has on the scattering of electrons. A relation is found
between the transport coefficients and the dynamic structure factor of the ion subsystem.
For solid metals already known results follow from the relations that are obtained.
Ziman's formula is obtained with very high accuracy for liquid metals.
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Theoretical and Mathematical Physics, 1973, 14:2, 187–195
Yu. P. Krasnyi, V. M. Kostenko, “Theory of kinetic processes in metallic systems”, TMF, 14:2 (1973), 251–261; Theoret. and Math. Phys., 14:2 (1973), 187–195
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