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The equation of state of 4He confined to one spatial dimension is computed by Diffusion Monte Carlo simulations. The ground state is a weakly bound liquid, with a binding energy per particle of about 1.7 mK, at a density approximately equal to 0.036 Å−1.
Superconducting and normal state properties of a single crystal of CeCu2Si2 have been investigated by resistivity measurements under hydrostatic pressure and magnetic field. The low temperature resistivity behaviour (ρ = ρ
0 + AT
2, which is observed up to a temperature T
A) is considered within...
This paper presents experimental data on a comparative study of a dc SQUID with voltage and current bias. We introduce a cross-correlated dynamic resistance of the device defined as a ratio R
dCV = ηVC/ηIV, where ηVC = (∂V/∂Φ)∣
is the slope of the voltage-to-flux characteristics measured in...
The properties of dilute alloys of Er in Au have been studied, principally below 100 mK, in connection with the use of this system in thermometry and in microcalorimetry for particle detection. Measurements are reported of (1) the magnetization at high temperatures and high field, (2) the...
In search of an ideal paramagnet for thermometry at very low temperatures, we have studied the magnetic behaviour of impurity moments (localized Fe3+, impurity concentration x = (180±10) ppm) dissolved in a structural borosilicate glass, in the temperature range 0.07 ≤ T ≤ 300 mK by means of...
We have measured the temperature dependence of resistivity in relatively thick Nb/Al bilayers fabricated at room temperature, observing the decrease of ρ for increasing T typical of Anderson localization in disordered systems. We report the experimental conditions which determine this behavior...
In the temperature limit T ≪ T
c-axis oriented films of the cuprate superconductor Nd2−x
display an intrinsic step structure of the flux- flow resistance. Under current bias hysteretic voltage steps appear, whereas under quasi voltage bias negative differential resistance (NDR) is...
We calculate frequencies and damping rates of the lowest collective modes of a dilute Bose gas confined in an anisotropic trapping potential above the Bose–Einstein transition temperature. From the Boltzmann equation with a simplified collision integral we derive a general dispersion relation...
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