Condensed Matter


The Influence of Electron Solid-State Plasma on Attenuation of Longitudinal Sound Waves in a Conductor

Authors: A. A. Yushkanov

In the present work the problem of the attenuation of longitudinal sound oscillations in a conducting medium are considered. The proposed approach is based on the dynamic interaction of electron gas with the lattice vibrations. This interaction is manifested in the modification of kinetic equation for electrons. The process is accompanied by generation of an electric field.

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