J. Phys. Radium
Volume 17, Numéro 3, mars 1956
Page(s) 237 - 240
J. Phys. Radium 17, 237-240 (1956)
DOI: 10.1051/jphysrad:01956001703023700

Étude de la conduction électrique des couches métalliques minces en haute fréquence

Offret et B. Vodar

Laboratoire des Hautes Pressions, Bellevue (S.-et-O.) (France)

The electrical resistance of thin films evaporated on glass decreases with increasing frequencies ; the variation is more important at very low temperatures. This effect is accounted for the. existence of capacities between aggregates. This measures at high frequencies can give informations about metallic conduction within grains, while measurements with direct current inform about the work fonction of electrons.

6855 - Thin film structure and morphology.

Key words
electrical conductivity -- films -- metal theory -- work function