The thermo-magnetic effect in metals

@inproceedings{BVVasiliev2011TheTE,
  title={The thermo-magnetic effect in metals},
  author={B.V.Vasiliev},
  year={2011}
}
Initially the process of the heat transfer in electron gas of metals was originally described by Drude [1]. Late the Drude’s model has been enhanced by Lorentz and Sommerfeld. These models does not predict any thermomagnetic effects in metals (the Nernst-Ettinshausen and Righi-Leduc thermomagnetic effects are observed in semiconductors only). However, the measurements which was carried out with sensitive magnetometers are forcing us to reconsider this mechanism. Measurements show that the… 

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