A Theory op the Suppression of the Electron-Phonon Interaction
The possibilities for decreasing the electron-phonon interaction are discussed. Among them there are the control of the lattice constants, mixing of electron states with different signs of interaction by means of fields, quantization etc., and the screening of the long-range electric fields responsible for the polar interaction.
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