Scaling at the Energy-driven Metal-Insulator Transition and the Thermoelectric Power

Abstract

The electronic properties of disordered systems at the Anderson metal-insulator transition (MIT) have been the subject of intense study for several decades. Thermoelectric properties at the MIT, such as thermopower and thermal conductivity, however, have been relatively neglected. Using the recursive Green’s function method and the Chester-Thellung-Kubo… (More)

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@inproceedings{Croy2005ScalingAT, title={Scaling at the Energy-driven Metal-Insulator Transition and the Thermoelectric Power}, author={Alexander Croy and Rudolf A. R{\"o}mer}, year={2005} }