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VOLUME 34 | ISSUE 1 | PAGE 30
Effect of an electron-electron interaction on the conductivity of ultrathin metal films
Study of the effects of a constant magnetic field and of microwave radiation on the conductivity of ultrathin films shows that the logarithmic growth of the resistance exhibited by such films with decreasing temperature results from a Coulomb interaction of electrons in the presence of impurity scattering.




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