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The electrical resistivity, ac susceptibility, critical current density, and Josephson tunneling of Pb/Ag multilayers have been measured in wide temperature ranges in order to study the proximity effect. A resistivity drop was found to occur atT
of Pb in ρ versusT measurement and, at low...
It is known that Ho3+ ion in elpasolite compound Cs2NaHoCl6, in its electronic ground state, is a Γ3 nonmagnetic doublet in a cubic crystal structure at higher temperatures than 0.6 K. A crystal distortion was observed by nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) and specific heat experiments at lower...
We have solved numerically the induced interaction equations for the magnetic field dependence of the Landau parameters in a strongly correlated Fermi system. The system we studied consists of a single component Fermi liquid with parabolic energy bands and a large on-site repulsive interaction....
An unusual, newly observed, rotation-direction-dependent parity effect in nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) experiments on rotating3He-B in a state void of vortices is here first explained in terms of the broken time-inversion symmetry (T) for the surface layer of the3He-B. Two possible types of...
Recent experiments have shown the existence of a very strong temperature overshoot behind a propagating second sound shock wave close to the heated surface. The ratio of the temperature overshoot to the shock wave amplitude depends strongly on the rest time between two consecutive heat pulses....
The interaction between negative ions and
He superfluids was studied by using a time-of-flight spectrometer having a 10−3 relative resolution. The ions guided through a sample of rotating3He-A were found to be focused into the cores of the vortices present in this rotating superfluid. Two...
Measurements of five variations of a toroidal point-contact dc superconducting quantum interference device (SQUID) are presented. The energy resolution and other parameters of these SQUIDs are examined and compared with the predictions of the Resistively Shunted Junction model. For these SQUIDs,...
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