A theory of conductivity of cold-worked copper

Rolf Landauer
naca-tn-2439
Sep 1951


The increase in the resistivity of copper under cold-working is calculated. The increase is assumed to be caused by dislocations surrounded by a long-range electrostatic field that scatters the conduction electrons.

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