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Electronic Transport in Metallic Systems and Generalized Kinetic Equations

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Electronic Transport in Metallic Systems and Generalized Kinetic Equations
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 101

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This paper reviews some selected approaches to the description of transport properties, mainly electroconductivity, in crystalline and disordered metallic systems. A detailed qualitative theoretical formulation of the electron transport processes in metallic systems within a model approach is given. Generalized kinetic equations which were derived by the method of the nonequilibrium statistical operator are used.

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