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We present numerical calculations of the anisotropy in the electronic thermal conductivity in the mixed state, and compare the calculations with experiment by estimating the conductivity due to phonons.
Critical currents in cylindrical granular Al thin films of different thicknesses and electron mean free paths have been measured as a function of temperature. Experimental values of critical current tiIc in all specimens are less than the theoretical pair-breaking current. The observed...
The optimal Jastrow-type ground-state wave function of spin-aligned atomic hydrogen is calculated using the pair potential of Kolos and Wolniewicz. The optimization is performed by solving the Euler equation in the hypernetted chain approximation. Accurate energies as well as pair-distribution...
The causes of a discrepancy in the results of measurements of He II viscosity below T ∩ 1.6 k obtained with different measurement methods are investigated. It is shown that to obtain correct results in oscillation experiments, the condition δ ≫ λph should obtain, where δ is the depth of viscous...
The phase transition with respect to a magnetic field from a nonmagnetic (h < Δ) to a paramagnetic (h > Δ) state at zero temperature in a one-dimensional electron system with attractive interaction is studied. An exact solution of the Luther-Emery model for a particular value of the coupling...
The polarization contribution to the 3He-3He interaction affects the dielectric anisotropy in superfluid 3He-A. An improved molecular model of the polarization contribution verifies the results of previous atomic models. Design criteria are discussed for a feasible 3He-A electrical orientation...
For a spin-glass with nonmagnetic defects (n
1/3l ≪ 1, where n
m is the magnetic impurity concentration and l is the mean free path) an absorption function χ″(Ω) is derived. Three ranges of temperature and external magnetic field are considered. In the vicinity of the “transition” the value of...
The problem of the spin oscillations of 3He-B is investigated in the presence of dipole forces under the assumption that only the zeroth parameter of the Fermi-liquid interaction is significant. The solution of the gap equation gives the new thermodynamical phases. The spin susceptibility tensor...
Experimental evidence for flux-line cutting in superconductors (intersection and cross-joining of singly quantized vortices) is briefly reviewed. The interaction energy between two straight vortices tilted at an angle α (≠ 0)is then shown to be finite in the London model, i.e., in the limit of...
We have investigated the phenomenon of the destruction of superconductivity in thin film strips of tin by injecting direct currents through a transverse normal metal (silver) strip in direct contact with the superconducting strip. We observe that the critical current of the superconducting tin...
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