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VOLUME 58 | ISSUE 2 | PAGE 111
Tunneling mechanism for the conductivity of quasi-1D conductors with a charge density wave at low temperatures
Experiments are reported on the conductivity of quasi-ID conductors with a charge density wave. The results show that at temperatures below a certain characteristic TQ, and in electric fields below a certain threshold, the primary conductivity mechanism is a tunneling of collective excitations of a charge density wave, i.e., phase solitons.




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