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The large anisotropies observed in the in-plane transport properties of untwinned single crystals of YBa
reside in the orthorhombic nature of its band structure which includes CuO chains as well as CuO
planes. An infinite band model with distinct effective mass in a and...
The specific heat of several CeNiSn single crystals of various purity has been measured in the temperature range from 25 mK to 5 K and in magnetic fields from zero to 7 Tesla. At very low temperatures (below ∼200 mK) the specific heat is found to vary linearly with temperature (C=γT), the...
Even when care is taken to lower as much as possible the Joule power dissipated in a bolometric detector, the self-heating effect is far from being negligible. Consequently, in the steady state, it is of crucial importance to carefully distinguish the cell temperature, the bolometer temperature...
The magnetic susceptibility of MgCu
powder was measured between 0.2 K and 800 K. The results above TN can be fitted by a Curie–Weiss law plus a one-dimensional (1 — d) antiferromagnetic susceptibility and a constant susceptibility. Below TN the magnetic susceptibility has the large...
The derivation of the quasiclassical equations considered here depends on the structure of the Gor'kov equations. In a spatially varying situation they couple particle and hole functions with momenta only very near the Fermi surface. The equations are written in a form in which the dependence on...
Pressure measurements have been made in a hcp solid
He at molar volumes from 18.90 to 19.45 cm
/mol, at temperatures down to 1 mK and in magnetic fields up to 0.16 Tesla. The results are analyzed by a high-temperature series expansion with multiple-exchange processes. The molar volume...
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