Determinations of the Thomson coefficient of single crystals of zinc have been made by the method of Nettleton. For all orientations the coefficient increases with rising temperature (range 50- 200 C). The variation of the coefficient for a single temperature (60° C) as a function of crystal orientation was discussed.
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Ware, L. A.
"Thomson Effect in Single Crystals of Zinc,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 35(1), 255-255.
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