How and why does the resistance of a metal conductor depend on temperature?

The resistance of a metal conductor increases with increasing temperature. With an increase in the temperature of the conductor, the rate of thermal motion of electrons and the amplitude of oscillations of ions in the nodes of the crystal lattice increase, respectively, the number of collisions of electrons with ions increases and the resistance to the directional movement of electrons increases.

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