P.G. Klemens

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The phonon contribution to the thermopower, S/sub p/, was first seen in germanium at low temperatures, and theoretically explained by Herring. Subsequently it was also predicted and identified in metals and alloys. In melts all phonons interact with the electron gas, and the theory is much simpler. In semiconductors only phonons of frequency below /spl(More)
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