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Thermoelectric signatures of the electron-phonon fluid in PtSn4

@article{Fu2018ThermoelectricSO,
  title={Thermoelectric signatures of the electron-phonon fluid in PtSn4},
  author={C. Fu and Thomas Scaffidi and J. Waissman and Y. Sun and R. Saha and S. Watzman and A. K. Srivastava and Guowei Li and W. Schnelle and P. Werner and Machteld E. Kamminga and S. Sachdev and S. Parkin and S. Hartnoll and C. Felser and J. Gooth},
  journal={arXiv: Materials Science},
  year={2018}
}
  • C. Fu, Thomas Scaffidi, +13 authors J. Gooth
  • Published 2018
  • Physics
  • arXiv: Materials Science
  • In most materials, transport can be described by the motion of distinct species of quasiparticles, such as electrons and phonons. Strong interactions between quasiparticles, however, can lead to collective behaviour, including the possibility of viscous hydrodynamic flow. In the case of electrons and phonons, an electron-phonon fluid is expected to exhibit strong phonon-drag transport signatures and an anomalously low thermal conductivity. The Dirac semi-metal PtSn4 has a very low resistivity… CONTINUE READING
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