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The Scattering Hypothesis

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The scattering hypothesis is based on the assumption that Matthiessen’s rule can be applied, i.e. all scattering contributions compose additively [1] according

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  • Scatter Cross Section
  • Excess Charge
  • Permanent Dipole Moment
  • Asperity Height
  • Mulliken Population Analysis

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Wißmann, P., Finzel, HU. (2007). The Scattering Hypothesis. In: Electrical Resistivity of Thin Metal Films. Springer Tracts in Modern Physics, vol 223. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/3-540-48490-6_2

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