Thermal Conductivity of Electrons Calculator

The Wiedemann Franz law states that, the ratio of the electronic contribution of the thermal conductivity (κ) to the electrical conductivity (Σf) of a metal, and is proportional to the temperature (T). In this calculator, you can calculate the thermal conductivity of a free electrons in solid semiconductor material based on temperature.

Calculate the Thermal Conductivity based on Wiedemann Franz Law

The Wiedemann Franz law states that, the ratio of the electronic contribution of the thermal conductivity (κ) to the electrical conductivity (Σf) of a metal, and is proportional to the temperature (T). In this calculator, you can calculate the thermal conductivity of a free electrons in solid semiconductor material based on temperature.

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Formula:

λ = (π2kB2 / 3e2) * σT Where, λ = Thermal Conductivity kB = Boltzmann Constant e = Electronic Charge σ = Conductivity T = Temperature

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