Influence of charge effects on the electrical conductivity of thin metal films

Influence of charge effects on the electrical conductivity of thin metal films

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The letter describes investigations made into the electrical resistance of evaporated films of lead, tin, indium and gold, less than 600 mÅ thick. It was found that lower-resistance films could be obtained if arrangements were made to reduce the accumulated charge appearing on the substrate.


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