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The experimental counter-evidence is presented for Schmid and Hauger's theory which predicts the orientation of the moving flux line lattice relative to the direction of its flow. The pinning current and the current-versus-voltage characteristics of the flux flow state, together with the...
The Bohm-Pines method for the collective description of the Coulomb interactions in a dense electron gas has been generalized to calculate the ground state energy of liquid3He in its normal phase. The present calculation is based on the picture where one visualizes liquid3He as an interacting...
We report a calculation of the band structure and superconductivity of phosphorus in the simple cubic phase under pressure. The effect of pressure on the band structure is obtained by means of the linear muffin-tin orbital method. The superconducting transition temperature(T
c) is calculated...
We solve a simple model of competing superconductivity and disorder in a mean-field approximation with two order parameters. A phase diagram showing superconducting-normal metal-insulator as well as superconducting-insulator transitions is obtained. Comparison with experiments shows a good...
Recently some papers on measurements of the I-V characteristics (where V is the time-averaged voltage) of superconducting indium microbridges
as well as tin and zinc whiskers
driven by a dc current into the phase-slip state have appeared. Special emphasis was placed on a discussion of the...
The spin dynamics and the spin relaxation mechanisms of the superfluid3He-B were studied by using the NMR method in a slab geometry, where the superfluid3He-B was confined between narrow parallel plates with a gap smaller than the healing length of then-texture and the magnetic field was applied...
We have measured the relaxation of the shape of3He crystals under the effect of gravity and surface tension, close to the minimum in their melting curve atT
min=0.32 K. A growth rate is deduced, which is found to be at a maximum atT
min when the latent heat is zero. We interpret this maximum...
To understand the effect of anharmonicity on the Kapitza resistance, a one-dimensional model is used to simulate the system of “heavy” element-“light” element solids. The system is coupled to high- and low-temperature sources, respectively, at its end points. The Lennard-Jones potential is used...
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