Electron-Phonon Coupling

  • T. H. Geballe


I’m here today to represent the silent majority of solid state physicists who were not fortunate enough to experience the thrill of giving a seminar to a Holstein-containing audience. The challenge of his tough persistent questions apparently kept people awake and at the same time raised the quality of the research. I enjoyed talks with Ted at Physical Society Meetings and had planned to try to interest him in thinking about possible models of enhanced electron-phonon interactions in superconductors at the next opportunity.


Coherence Sapphire Coup Ling Disproportionation PbTe 


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