Thermal Conduction in Dense Liquids
We briefly sketch here some of the important aspects of heat conduction in dense liquids near the liquid-solid transition. We point to the similarity of liquid thermal conductivity to glasses, both lying close to minimum thermal concutivity. We point out also the essential difference in liquid and crystal which at melting point have similar phonon mean free path but qualitatively different processes of energy transport.
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