Journal of engineering physics

, Volume 45, Issue 1, pp 817–823 | Cite as

Temperature dependence of the electrical resistivity and normal integral coefficient of radiation of metals

  • L. N. Aksyutov
  • E. N. Maleev


On the basis of an analysis of the values of the normal integral coefficient of radiation (radiative capacity) and dc resistivity of metals, we obtain formulas describing the temperature dependence of these quantities and their interrelationship over a wide range of temperatures.


Radiation Statistical Physic Electrical Resistivity Integral Coefficient Radiative Capacity 
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  • L. N. Aksyutov
  • E. N. Maleev

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