Specific heat of bismuth at liquid helium temperatures

Ramanathan, K. G. ; Srinivasan, T. M. (1955) Specific heat of bismuth at liquid helium temperatures Physical Review, 99 (2). pp. 442-443. ISSN 0031-899X

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The specific heat of bismuth has been investigated in the liquid helium region down to 1.3°K by means of a new vacuum calorimeter. The Debye θ is found to increase from 103.5 to 120 in the range 4.1 to 2°K and appears to attain a constant value at lower temperatures. Evidence is obtained for an electronic contribution of 0.114×10-4T calories/°K to the atomic heat of bismuth.

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