Electron scattering on magnetic impurities in metals and anomalous resistivity effects

  title={Electron scattering on magnetic impurities in metals and anomalous resistivity effects},
  author={Alexei A. Abrikosov},
  • A. Abrikosov
  • Published 1 September 1965
  • Materials Science
  • Physics
A special quantum field theory technique for a system of spins was used to evaluate the resistivity of metals containing paramagnetic impurities, assuming $J/{\mathrm{\ensuremath{\epsilon}}}_{F}\ensuremath{\ll}\mathit{1}$, for an arbitrary value of ($J/{\mathrm{\ensuremath{\epsilon}}}_{F}$) ln (${\mathrm{\ensuremath{\epsilon}}}_{F}/T$), where $J$ is the exchange scattering amplitude and ${\mathrm{\ensuremath{\epsilon}}}_{F}$ the Fermi energy. The first term of this series has been found earlier… 
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