ANISOTROPIC THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF ELECTRON‐IRRADIATED CdS
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9.G. E. Moore, Jr. and M. V. Klein, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 13, 432 (1968) suggest that the intrinsic thermal conductivity of CdS is isotropic. The conclusions presented in this Letter do not depend on this condition since the analysis only concerns itself with the additive thermal resistivity, However, if the intrinsic thermal conductivity is isotropic, then both the magnitude and the temperature dependences of the unirradiated thermal conductivity for the samples in Figs. 1 and 2 suggest that some of the anisotropic defects were present prior to irradiation.
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