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The optimization of bolometric detectors, like those that will be developed for the rare event experiment CUORE, requires a complete knowledge of the detector's thermal parameters. Since the CUORE detecting elements will consist of TeO2 crystals, we have measured the specific heat of this...
We have studied the properties of quasi-two-dimensional 4He in an environment provided by the layered structure of hectorite. A phase transition occurs for areal densities between n=0.029 Å−2 and n=0.032 Å−2 where the structure of 4He changes abruptly from a 4-layer to a 5-layer configuration....
From the theory of the intrinsic noise in a dc SQUID by Tesche and Clarke, we derive the expressions of the current and voltage input noise spectral densities in a dc SQUID current amplifier operated in a flux locked mode. The expected current and voltage noises are compared, at audio...
Zero-point motion energy of the protons is evaluated in the quasi-harmonic approximation for both atomic and molecular phases of highly compressed hydrogen. The results are in good agreement with Kagan et al.'s. In the calculation, the phonon frequencies all over the Brillouin zone are obtained...
The thermal conductivity and the specific heat of plastically deformed, high-purity tantalum single crystals have been measured together with an amorphous SiO2 specimen in the temperature range between 50 mK and about 2 K. After plastic deformation, the thermal conductivity was reduced by a...
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