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Electron Density and Electronic Properties in Noble-Metal Transition Elements

M. Anthony Jensen, B. T. Matthias and K. Andres
Science
New Series, Vol. 150, No. 3702 (Dec. 10, 1965), pp. 1448-1450
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1717000
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Electron Density and Electronic Properties in Noble-Metal Transition Elements
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Abstract

It is shown empirically that the superconducting transition temperature as well as the magnetic susceptibility and the electronic specific heat of noble-metal transition elements and alloys can be described reasonably well as universal functions of the valence electron density, that is, the number of valence electrons per cubic centimeter.

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