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The thermoelectric power as a function of specimen size for gallium single crystals and crystals doped with small percentages of indium has been measured along the three different directions of the orthorhombic lattice between 4.2 and 1.4 K by means of a superconducting potentiometer. From the...
Measurements between 35 and 110 mK along the melting curve indicate that in the normal Fermi liquid region the viscosity of
He is given by (ηT
withn=1.0. The measured constants area=0.816 andb=4.43 for η in micropoise andT in Kelvin. Very little solid could be formed in this...
Electrical resistivity measurements in the temperature range 1.5–35 K on two copper alloys containing 115 and 380 atomic ppm iron are reported, in their unannealed state and also after annealing for 16 and 66 h in fore-vacuum at 530–550°C. Below the temperature of the resistivity minimum the...
The aim of this work is to examine ferromagnetic and antiferromagnetic phase transitions within an itinerant model. Calculating the free energy with the help of the so-called “Stoner curves,” first-order phase transitions from the paramagnetic to the ferromagnetic state and second-order phase...
It has been demonstrated that high fields render the semimetal bismuth sufficiently transparent at far-infrared frequencies to study effects not previously seen in reflection experiments. The frequency interval 10–400 cm
was explored at fields up to 100 kG using Fourier transform...
An explicit expression for the cluster terms in the expansion for
He is presented. An example is given to demonstrate the use of the expression.
Measurement of the surface tension of superfluid helium in the neighborhood of the λ-transition are presented. The data are analyzed to obtain the behavior of the “singular” part of the surface tension, which is discussed in the light of the calculation by Sobyanin, based on the...
A weak-coupling theory of the itinerant-electron antiferromagnet forT>T
is described, Vertex and self-energy parts are treated self-consistently using Ward-Pitaevskii identities. The weak-coupling criterion is that the scalar three-vertex must be suitably small. This condition is not...
Using a SQUID magnetometer, changes in the nuclear magnetization of copper are observed when the nuclear spins absorb rf power at resonance. Since the detected flux change is directly proportional to the change in static magnetizationΔM, this method offers higher sensitivity at low frequencies...
We calculate the absorption and transmission signals due to the ordinary mode (j∥H
) high-frequency wave (HFW) propagating in a slab of metal perpendicular to the static field H
which is applied parallel to the slab surfaces. We find that if we neglect the current which is due to electrons...
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