# Electron–phonon coupling and related transport properties of metals and intermetallic alloys from first principles

@article{Giri2020ElectronphononCA, title={Electron–phonon coupling and related transport properties of metals and intermetallic alloys from first principles}, author={Ashutosh Giri and Marina V Tokina and Oleg V. Prezhdo and Patrick E. Hopkins}, journal={Materials Today Physics}, year={2020}, volume={12}, pages={100175} }

## 13 Citations

### Anomalous thermal transport in metallic transition-metal nitrides originated from strong electron–phonon interactions

- Physics, Materials ScienceMaterials Today Physics
- 2020

### Strong electron–phonon coupling influences carrier transport and thermoelectric performances in group-IV/V elemental monolayers

- Physicsnpj Computational Materials
- 2021

The interactions between electrons and phonons play the key role in determining the carrier transport properties in semiconductors. In this work, comprehensive investigations on full electron–phonon…

### Temperature-dependent electron-phonon spectral function and the intrinsic resistivity of a metal: A case study of monolayer Ti2N

- Materials Science
- 2020

The transport spectral function of electron-phonon ($e$-ph) interaction in the double $\ensuremath{\delta}$-function approximation (DDFA) is extensively employed to calculate the intrinsic…

### Thermal conductivity and Lorenz ratio of metals at intermediate temperatures with mode-level first-principles analysis

- Physics
- 2020

Electronic and phononic thermal conductivity are involved in the thermal conduction for metals and Wiedemann-Franz law is usually employed to predict them separately. However, Wiedemann-Franz law is…

### Temperature dependent electron–phonon coupling of Au resolved via lattice dynamics measured with sub-picosecond infrared pulses

- PhysicsJournal of Applied Physics
- 2021

The detailed understanding of energy transfer between hot electrons and lattice vibrations at non-cryogenic temperatures relies primarily upon the interpretation of ultrafast pump–probe experiments,…

### The Variations of Electron and Phonon Contributions to the Thermal Conductivity with Temperature in the Sn–Bi–In–Zn Alternative Lead-Free Solder Alloys

- Materials SciencePhysics of Metals and Metallography
- 2020

The goal of this paper is to measure the electrical and thermal conductivity variations with temperature in the unidirectional solidified quaternary Sn–Bi–In–Zn lead-free solder alloys for nine…

### Cooper Pairs Distribution function for bcc Niobium under pressure from first-principles

- Materials ScienceScientific reports
- 2021

The Cooper Pairs Distribution function reveals information about the superconductor state through the determination of the spectral regions for Cooper-pairs formation through the calculation of the NCP parameter.

### Nonlinear Propagation of Laser Light in Plasmonic Nanocomposites

- PhysicsLaser & Photonics Reviews
- 2022

### Anomalously Isotropic Electron Transport and Weak Electron-Phonon Interactions in Hexagonal Noble Metals.

- PhysicsThe journal of physical chemistry letters
- 2022

The electrical transport properties of typical hexagonal metals are anisotropic because of their anisotropic lattice structures. Unexpectedly, we show that the electron transport properties in…

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