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Measurement of the surface resistance of single-crystal copper in the millimeter-wave region at room temperature

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Abstract

Measurements of the surface resistance of single-crystal copper at millimeter wavelengths (35 GHz) indicate the existance of an anomaly of the skin effect at room temperature. The surfaces were prepared in stress-free processes, annealed, and manipulated in purified hydrogen and argon.

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Tischer, F.J. Measurement of the surface resistance of single-crystal copper in the millimeter-wave region at room temperature. Appl. Phys. 5, 285–286 (1974). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00928143

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  • Surface resistance
  • Skin effect
  • Millimeter-wave frequencies