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From this, we obtain β ( g ) → ln ( g g1 ) as g → 0. 7) On the contrary, for large b (g), macroscopic theory of transport phenomena may be used. 2). 18) gives, for the size-dependent correction to the conductivity, g(L) = L(g0 + A /L), where g0 is the conductance of the infinitely large system and A = p −3. From this, we easily obtain that at large g β (g) ≃ 1 − A g . 19) to the transport equation, related to the backscattering, whose sum logarithmically diverges at small wave vectors k. 9) at large g.

12), is easily integrated and we obtain v  g − gc   g      gM − gc   gM  1− v = L . 13) Here, the ‘initial’ (in L) condition was used corresponding to the lower ‘cutoff’ at the microscopic length by setting g(l) = gM > gc. 15) (here (gM − gc) /gc << 1). 13) that, for a system of size L >> x, g depends linearly on L (this is sometimes called the Ohmic regime), and the conductivity in the limit L → ∞ is σ= e2 , ℏξ the dependence of g on L is nonlinear for finite L < x. 16) CHARGE TRANSPORT VIA DELOCALIZED STATES 19 Since charge transport is due to electrons with the Fermi energy e F, gM is the conductance at this energy.

Therefore, the condition dr / dT > 0 is often considered as a ‘signature’ of a metal and the condition dr / dT < 0 as a signature of an insulating state; accordingly, the condition dr / dTΗT→0K = 0 is considered as a criterion for a metal–insulator transition. Actually, in the low-temperature range, the temperature dependence of the conductivity near the metal–insulator transition may be nonmonotonic and special care should be taken when describing the conductivity behavior. Moreover, it should be noted that, generally, the dr / dTΗT→0K = 0 criterion for a metal– insulator transition is not equivalent to the criterion, based on the appearance of the resistivity divergence as T → 0 K and these criteria give different critical parameters for the metal–insulator transition.

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