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Experimental results are presented on the electrical resistivity of lithium‐indium films. The resistivity has been studied as a function of temperature (150–300 K), thickness of the films (570–3300 Å) and concentration of Li (11.0–58.7 at. %). The resistivity is observed to be minimum for samples having a Li concentration of 25 and 50 at. %. In general, resistivity varies linearly with temperature but resistivity versus temperature plot shows two distinct regions which have different slopes, i.e., dρ/dT. The role of lithium in indium‐lithium films is discussed.