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The heavy-fermion system CePtSi is located close to a magnetic instability. In order to study the influence of composition on the physical properties of CePtSi we prepared slightly off-stoichiometric CePt1+xSi1−x polycrystals. CePt1+xSi1−x with x=−0.04 exhibits typical non-Fermi-liquid behavior...
We report the results of our systematic study of the phase separation in supersaturated 3He-4He liquid mixtures of the 3He-dilute phase. The amount of the critical supersaturation is determined within the wide ranges of the temperature (0.4–645mK) and the pressure (1–8.5kgf/cm2). Using the data...
We have measured electrical resistivity, Hall coefficient, thermoelectric power, and magnetization for charge-density wave (CDW) material 1T-TaS2 single crystals grown by varying the excess sulfur content x
es. We have revealed that a small mid-gap state is formed inside the Mott gap and that...
A spatial distribution of the magnetic domain structure in the U2D2 phase of solid
He was examined by a special Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) technique. There were three kinds of magnetic domains in a single seed crystal of a few mm
size and each domain size was as large as the seed...
A detailed discussion of the dynamic susceptibility of the two dimensional free Fermi gas at zero and finite temperature is presented. The behaviour and evolution of the coherent and incoherent components of the dynamic structure function with the temperature and momentum transfer are analyzed....
We report a study of the time response to particle irradiations of superheated superconducting granule dispersions. This work, which complements a previous study of the magnetic field response to energy depositions, has been performed at 70 mK with dispersions having volume filling factors up to...
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