A MATHEMATICAL STUDY OF THE IMPACT OF EIGENVALUES ON THE ELECTRON-PHONON COUPLING STRENGTH OF ZINC AND ITS BINARY ALLOYS
In this paper we have made a mathematical study of the impact of eigenvalues on the electron-phonon coupling strength of the bivalent metal zinc and its binary alloys Zn-Al and Zn-In.
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