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We have measured the in-phase component of the low-frequency ac impedance of the dc current-induced intermediate state in wires of pure and impure type I superconductors. We find that this dynamic resistance of the intermediate state is greater than the normal state resistance of the wire. The...
The specific heat of A-15 Mo0.4Tc0.6 has been, measured in a 7-T magnetic field in order to suppress the superconducting transition. With normal state data now available from 7 to 25 K, an improved determination over previous work of λ and 2δ/kT
was possible. Thus, more accurate values for λ...
Interest in nonequilibrium superconductivity in recent years has led to the discovery of numerous relaxation processes characteristic of superconductors. On the basis of the thermodynamic theory of irreversible processes, a systematic account is given of the transport coefficients and relaxation...
Pinning forces of dirty indium films with low values of the Ginzburg—Landau parameter have been studied as functions of temperature and magnetic field. It has been found that the pinning forces obey a scaling law with respect to temperature.
The specific heats of the UAsY (Y = S, Se, Te) ternary compounds have been studied in the temperature range 1–300K. λ-type anomalies are reported at 125.8, 108.8, and 62.8 K, respectively, corresponding to ferromagnetic ordering. The experimental results are analyzed in terms of the Debye model...
Nb3Si films with the A-15 structure have been prepared by sputtering onto a substrate whose temperature is about 1000 ‡C, followed by quenching to liquid nitrogen temperature. All processes were carried out by using magnetron sputtering in a container full of liquid nitrogen. The quenching just...
We have made extensive measurements on transport phenomena in He3-He4 mixtures near the tricritical point and along the superfluid transition line at saturated vapor pressure. The He3 mole fraction X ranged from 0.51 to 0.72 and the temperature from 0.8 to 1.5 K. Our measurements were made under...
We have studied the absorption of sound in helium vapor using a broad band heat pulse technique. The results are in good accord with classical hydrodynamics and with experimental values of the viscosity and thermal conductivity.
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