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We have measured the superfluid fraction of3He confined within the pores of silver sinter. Four sintered substrates were prepared with packing fractions between 23% and 68% of solid density. Measurements were carried out at six pressures between 0 bar and 29 bar. These results show that the...
The Homogeneously Precessing Domain (HPD) and the stationary state (Non-Precessing Domain, NPD) are particular cases of the more general states of the coherent Larmor precession in the3He-B. The symmetry is discussed between NPD and HPD which connects the properties of the dynamical HPD state...
The SU(2) gauge invariant theory of the relativistic interaction of the electrically neutral superfluid3He with electric and magnetic fields is formulated. The spin supercurrent response on the electric field is calculated for this interaction. The comparison with the nonrelativistic...
Using an extension of the Boltzmann equation for the Wigner distribution appropriate for dilute spin 1 systems, spin diffusion equations are derived in the limit of large nuclear polarization in the non-degenerate régime. As an example of a system to which this work may be applied, the domain of...
This is the first in a series of papers on a consistent microscopic theory of transverse dynamics in spin-polarized or binary Fermi liquids. We start from exact microscopic equations in Green's functions at zero temperatures and consider slightly inhomogeneous perturbations. The transverse...
We study analytically and numerically the dynamics of vortices in current-carrying quasi-two dimensional superconducting films using the generalized time-dependent Ginzburg-Landau equations. The values of the mobility are determined analytically in the thin-film limit. The results are in...
The Zharkov-Silin Fermi Liquid theory of solutions of4He in normal (non-superfluid) liquid3He is reviewed and slightly extended. The theory is expected to be valid only below ∼0.1 K, and it predicts that there should be a hundred-fold increase in the diffusion coefficient as the temperature is...
Fluctuation-induced corrections to the NMR relaxation rate T
in dirty two-dimensional superconductors above the superconducting transition (T>Tc) are re-investigated including dynamic fluctuations. Static fluctuations, as discussed by Kuboki and Fukuyama,1 dominate the fluctuation terms...
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