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Electrical Resistivity of the Monoatomic Metallic Layer

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We present new formula which describes the change of electrical resistivity of a monoatomic metallic layer with temperature. The results are compared with those given by the Bloch-Grüneisen formula for bulk metals. Our calculated values compared with those for bulk materials are significantly higher at low temperatures (T<0.1θ) and apparently lower at the remaining range of temperatures. Both effects can be explained by the low dimensionality of the sample.
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123
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4
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770-772
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2013-04
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2012-12-31
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2013-03-08
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