In this Letter we report on the electrical resistivity and magneto-resistivity of disordered V 80Al 20-xFe x alloys in the temperature range 1.5≤T≤300 K and analyze them in the light of weak localization and electron-electron interaction. The low temperature zero field resistivity obeys a T 1/2 law, which is explained by electron-electron interaction. The low field magneto-resistivity is described by weak localization theory under strong spin-orbit interaction. The electron-phonon scattering rate obeys a quadratic temperature dependence. This observation is interpreted by the existing theories of electron-phonon interaction.
|Number of pages||7|
|Journal||Physics Letters, Section A: General, Atomic and Solid State Physics|
|State||Published - 2 Aug 2004|
- Vanadium alloy
- Low Temperature
- Electron-phonon scattering