Condensed Matter

   

Electrical Conductivity of Metals: a New Look at This Subject

Authors: P. R. Silva

Various parameters tied to the electrical conductivity of typical metals are estimated and are expressed in terms of universal constants. It happens that they are close to those found in metallic copper at room temperature. The fact that the realization of the model occurs at room temperature is explained by using the Landauer’s erasure principle. The averaged collision time of the electron of conduction is also thought as a particle lifetime. Finally an analogy is established between the motion of the electron of conduction and the cosmological constant problem, where a spherical surface of radius equal to the electron mean free path has been thought as a surface horizon for the charge carriers.

Comments: 14 Pages. 1 table, no figures

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[v1] 2012-09-20 14:27:56

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