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Conductivity of Tellurium

Nature volume 134, pages 287288 (25 August 1934) | Download Citation

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THE influence of relatively few foreign atoms on the electron properties of tellurium supports A. H. Wilson's theory1,2of semi-conductivity. The accompanying curves (Fig. 1) illustrate the decrease in the electrical resistance of tellurium by the addition of copper and antimony.

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  1. Laboratory of Physical Chemistry, Technical Faculty of the University, Brussels. June 26.

    • C. H. CARTWRIGHT
    •  & M. HABERFELD

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