Condensed Matter

   

The Influence of Electronic Solid-State Plasma on Attenuation of Transverse Sound Wave in a Conductor

Authors: A. A. Yushkanov

The effect of the electron sound absorption in a conducting medium (metal) was previously considered on the assumption of the Fermi-surface deformation under the action of the sound wave. In the present work will be considered another approach to the problem based on dynamic (kinetic) interaction of the electron gas with the lattice vibrations. The analysis is carried out for the case of arbitrary degeneration degree of the solid-state plasma.

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