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A detailed investigation of the flux line lattice (FLL) interaction with nonuniformly distributed, mainly screw dislocations in deformed Nb-Mo single crystals has been made using the high resolution technique of decorating a sample by small Fe particles. The interaction has been considered from...
This paper studies the superheat of liquid helium4He by the method of measurement of mean lifetimes in a pure bubble chamber. The experimental setup and methods of measurements are described. This method allowed us to observe the temperature dependence of nucleation rate at a fixed pressure....
Generalizing C. N. Yang's discussion of the onset of superconductivity, a criterion is proposed for the existence of infinite or localized long-range order. Questions are raised concerning the spectrum of the reduced Hamiltonian and the statistics of Fermi pairons.
The frequency dependence of the electron-paramagnon spectrumP(Ω) in Pd is calculated within the finite bandwidth model. It is found that for an almost full band, the magnitude, the range, and the position of the peak frequency inP(Ω) are dramatically reduced compared to their values in the usual...
The anisotropy of the upper critical field,H
c2, was measured on deoxygenated single crystals of the Chevrel phase compound PbMo6S8. The superconducting transition temperature,T
c, was determined with the applied field pointing in various directions in the hexagonal
$$(2\overline 1 0)$$...
The calculation of the texture of superfluid
He-A in a thin slab geometry in the presence of a uniform applied magnetic field is discussed. Dipole-unlocking effects are included and various possible textures are found including one which contains solitons. Such textures can be investigated by...
Experiments on a torsional oscillator containing a slab of liquid3He of thickness 105 µm and diameter 8.38 mm are described. Normal phase experiments confirm the theory of the oscillator dynamics but an apparent descrase in the measured value of ηT
2 at lowT casts doubt on the existing slip...
We generalize the de Gennes-Takahashi-Tachiki theory of coupled dirty superconductors to include the effects of orbital diamagnetism, spin (Pauli) paramagnetism, spin-orbit scattering, and magnetic impurity scattering. Some new expressions for thin film sandwiches and superlattices are obtained.
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