Magnetoresistivity of Cerium Compounds
The low temperature resistivity and magnetoresistivity of Cerium compounds, which order at low temperatures, such as CeAl2, are compared in the model which describes both the crystalline field and the Kondo effects. A good agreement with experiment is found for CeAl2.
KeywordsMagnetic Resistivity Electric Field Effect Neel Temperature Negative Magnetoresistivity Kondo Effect
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