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New property of semiconductors: zero temperature coefficient of linear expansion

As reported by Nature this week, North American researchers have discovered a conductive metal alloy with near-zero thermal coefficient of linear expansion.

Most materials have a positive expansion coefficient, that is, they expand when heated. A small part of naturally occurring substances, on the contrary, shrinks when heated and has a negative expansion coefficient. The large value of the modulus of the coefficient of linear expansion usually only interferes with everyone’s life, especially when it comes to strong temperature changes. However, scientists have already managed to create materials that practically do not shrink and do not expand with changes in temperature, but they, as a rule, did not conduct electric current and could not be used in electronics. Researchers from Michigan State University were the first to create a conductor that does not change its linear dimensions in the temperature range from 100 to 400 degrees Celsius. The new alloy contains ytterbium, gallium and germanium.

Scientists believe that the valence electrons of gallium released when cooled below 400 degrees are localized on ytterbium atoms, which leads to a partial expansion that compensates for the negative linear expansion of gallium. In addition to the applied nature of research – the creation of conductors fixed for use in conditions of sudden temperature changes, the research of scientists opens a new page in the properties of semiconductors. It is possible that in the future people will also learn to use the mechanisms of transition and localization of valence electrons from atoms of one element in alloys to atoms of another element.

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