Resistance Minimum in Dilute Magnetic Alloys

@article{Kondo1964ResistanceMI,
  title={Resistance Minimum in Dilute Magnetic Alloys},
  author={Jun Kondo},
  journal={Progress of Theoretical Physics},
  year={1964},
  volume={32},
  pages={37-49}
}
  • J. Kondo
  • Published 1 July 1964
  • Physics
  • Progress of Theoretical Physics
Based on the s-d interaction model for dilute magnetic alloys we have calculated the scattering probability of the conduction electrons to the second Born approximatism. Because of the dynamical character of the localized spin system, the Pauli principle should be taken into account in the intermediate states of the second order terms. Thus the effect of the Fermi sphere is involved in the scattering probability and gives rise to a singular term in the resistivity which involves clog T as a… 
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