# Temperature Dependent Thermal Conductivity of Electrons Calculator

The effect of temperature on a thermal conductivity varies for metals and non-metals. Movement of the free electrons is the reason for the conductivity in metals. The thermal conductivity decreases when the temperature reaches zero. Use our online temperature-dependent thermal conductivity of electrons calculator to find the thermal conductivity of free electrons in a semiconductor depending on its temperature.

A thermal conductivity of metals varies with temperature while the thermal conductivity of non-metals stays constant with the increasing temperature. The temperature dependent thermal conductivity of electrons calculator calculates the thermal conductivity based on the known values of free electron number density, mean time, temperature and electronic mass calculate the thermal conductivity.