Relation of the electrical resistivity and the expansion coefficient of metals
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A simple formula is presented that establishes an unambiguous relation between the electrical resistivity and the thermal expansion coefficient of metals from roughly O°K to the phase-transition temperature.
KeywordsStatistical Physic Thermal Expansion Electrical Resistivity Expansion Coefficient Thermal Expansion Coefficient
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