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Thermoelectric Power and Resistivity of Yb Diluted in Ag1-xAux

  • F. F. Bekker

Abstract

Ytterbium diluted in Ag1-xAux has attracted a lot of interest in the last 10 years. As soon as it was known that Yb is in a divalent non magnetic state in Ag1,3 and in a trivalent magnetic one in Au2,3 it became clear that for some value of x there should be a configuration cross-over in the Ag1-xAux host, with as a consequence a Kondo effect due to the s-f interaction.4 This configuration cross-over however must also have strong influence on the screening cloud around the Yb impurity; this in turn means that not only the spin dependent scattering is affected but also the potential scattering.5,6

Keywords

Thermoelectric Power Kondo Effect Fermi Wave Vector Spin Dependent Scattering Spin Dependent Part 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • F. F. Bekker
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  1. 1.Universiteit van AmsterdamAmsterdamThe Netherlands

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