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The specific heats of ThP and the solid solution UP0.5As0.5 have been measured in the temperature range 5–300 K. While ThP has a regularC
(T) behavior, the mixed compound exhibits several low-temperature anomalies. An analysis of the experimental data for UP0.5As0.5 and reanalysis of...
Spin-polarized atomic hydrogen (H↓) gas has been studied using electron spin resonance (ESR) techniques at low temperatures. The ESR apparatus and consequent data analysis required for accurate quantitative results are described in detail. Crucial to the data analysis is the ability to confine...
Measurements have been made of the normal fluid fraction of superfluid3He-B at eight different pressures between 0 and 29.2 bar. The minimum temperatures were such that ρ
/ρ was reduced to less than 0.5%. The experiments, carried out independently at Cornell and Texas A&M Universities, used...
Phonon backscattering experiments with polished silicon surfaces show that there is no Kapitza anomaly at frequencies corresponding to the aluminum junction detector threshold (∼80 GHz), whereas at higher frequencies the anomalous transmission into liquid helium or solid nitrogen increases...
The first measurements of acoustic reflection, together with acoustic transmission at the solid-liquid interface of4He, are used to determine the total relative acoustic energy absorption at the interface as a function of temperature. Based on these results, a new mechanism for the temperature...
Dimensional analysis of the equation of motion for a vortex line yields a dimensionless velocity which controls the development of a vortex line tangle in counterflowing helium II. This scaling is applied to measurements of critical velocities and ratios of line density to counterflow velocity...
The host nuclear spin-lattice relaxation rates in Kondo superconductors in the gapless state are derived within the framework of the Matsuura, Ichinose, and Nagaoka (MIN) theory of the Kondo effect. The relaxation rates for both low-T
K and high-T
K Kondo superconductors are obtained. The...
A complete set of eigenfunctions of the exchange operator for the (quasiparticle) scattering on the Fermi sphere is developed. The functions are simultaneously bipolynomials in the Landau variables (q/p
)2 and cos ΘL and in the Abrikosov-Khalatnikov variables cos Θ and cos Φ of the same...
The nonlinear flux-flow behavior due to the nonequilibrium distribution of quasiparticles predicted by Larkin and Ovchinnikov has been observed in thin films of Al, In, and Sn. From the voltage-current characteristics the inelastic scattering time τ
of the electrons was obtained. For Al and In...
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