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I want to learn how to calculate the temperature dependent conductivity induced by electron-phonon interaction.

I know in low temperature, the resistance in metal $\rho$ is proportional to $T^5$, $T$ is the temperature. In high temperature region, $\rho$ is linear to $T$.

Could someone tell me which text book and which chapter can I find related calculations?

Thanks in advance.

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This the classic:… You can also find chapter 2 of:… to be pretty concise and self-contained. – NanoPhys Jan 27 '13 at 16:36
@NanoPhys Thanks for your help. – Brioschi Jan 29 '13 at 4:48

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