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A diffusionlike equation is derived within the coherent potential approximation (CPA) for type II (or inhomogeneous), superconducting binary alloys. Diagrammatic formulation of the CPA is employed to extend the derivations of Eilenberger and Usadel to nondilute random substitutional alloys A
The heat capacity of Ne-para-H2 solid solutions has been investigated for Ne concentrations of 2.04 and 0.53 molar % in the 2–6 K temperature range. The experimentally observed abnormal increase in heat capacity due to heavy impurities present in the lattice differs significantly from the...
The transition temperatures of cubic superconductors which have the same mean electronic concentration appear to be directly related to the lattice constants. The four cubic structuresA15,B1,A12, andD5c have been examined. The effects of variations of the lattice constant and of the electronic...
The formation of a spin-compensated state in extremely dilute Cu-Fe alloys in the liquid helium range has been recently discussed by us on the basis of our electrical resistivity measurements. Based upon our thermal conductivity measurements in the liquid helium range, the electronic Lorenz...
Oscillatory magnetostriction and the de Haas-van Alphen effect have been used to determine Fermi surface deformation parameters for cross sections lying normal to in white tin. The temperature dependence of the amplitudes has been used to calculate effective masses for orbits lying normal...
By means of the magnetooptical method the intermediate-state structures of annealed polycrystalline lead foils having thicknesses between 40 and 120 µm have been investigated. The structures in increasing and decreasing magnetic field are qualitatively described. They mainly have laminar...
We compute the tunneling density of states for superconductors containing rare earth impurities with crystal-field-split energy levels. It is shown in detail how the different energy levels show up in the density of states. For the case of a singlet ground state it is demonstrated that the...
Thermal conductivity of solid deuteromethane has been studied in its orientation-disordered phase (27.1
The thermal conductivities and electrical resistivities of Tb, Dy, Gd, Ho, Er, and Yb polycrystals were measured as a function of temperature between 90 and 300 K. The results confirm the anomalies at the magnetic transition temperatures. The thermal conductivity of polycrystalline ytterbium was...
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