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We have measured the AC magnetic susceptibility and static magnetization of high-density bcc solid
He through the nuclear-ordering transition. The susceptibility in the paramagnetic state strongly depends on the frequency of the measuring field. Near the transition temperature a sharp peak in...
Measurements of the magnetization, specific heat, and electrical resistivity on CeTAl
(T=Au, Cu, Pt) and CeAuGa
polycrystals are reported. For all alloys, magnetic order is found. In CeTAl
the antiferromagnetic ordering temperature TN
increases from 1.5 K (T=Au) to 2.9 K (T=Cu) while...
Current magnetic traps can be made so anisotropic that dilute Bose gases confined in these traps will occupy the lowest quantum state in the tightly confining direction, while still in the Thomas-Fermi limit in the loosely confining direction. As a result, the trapped Bose gas behaves like a...
Zurek suggestedNature 317
, 505; 1985) that the Kibble mechanism, through which topological defects such as cosmic strings are believed to have been created in the early Universe, can also result in the formation of topological defects in liquid
He, i.e. quantised vortices, during rapid...
We have measured the temperature (10 K≤T≤150 K) and magnetic field (B≤9 T) dependence of the in-plane thermal conductivity κ(T, B) of YBa
(Y124), and Bi
(Bi2212) high-temperature superconducting crystals, at different orientations of the...
We examine the solutions of the non-linear equations governing the behavior of a current biased Josephson junction. Both inline and overlap current bias geometries are considered. The solution space is investigated analytically and using numerical techniques. We characterize the types of...
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