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We present low temperature specific heat measurements of VSi2, NbSi2 and TaSi2. The three disilicides crystallize in the same hexagonal structure (C40, space group P6222). The measured values of the electronic Density of States at the Fermi Energy,D(EF), are in good agreement with theoretical...
Measurements of the mobility of the3He liquid-crystal interface at the minimum of the melting curve are presented. The experiments show a clear asymmetry in the mobility for high melting and growing velocities of the crystal. From the results an estimate of the contact angle between the crystal...
As well known, in practical RF SQUIDs the electronic components (preamplifier, tank circuit, transmission line) contribute substantially to the output noise of the device. So the output noise of RF SQUID is mainly defined by the slope of its voltage-current characteristics (VCC). However the...
Bulk magnetically melt textured YBaCuO at 77 K shows critical current densities of up to 19000 A/cm2 in 20 teslas when the field is parallel to the(a, b) planes. The angular dependence ofJc is shown to support a recent interpretation of the high superconducting transport currents measured above...
Heat capacity measurements of the liquid helium lambda transition in confined geometries have long been in disagreement with scaling theories of second order phase transitions. We present measurements of a 19 micron film which extend the results of Chen and Gasparini (CG) to near macroscopic...
We have measured the dissipation associated with superfluid turbulence in a nonuniform channel of circular cross section in order to further explore the discrepancies with theory discovered previously in a nonuniform rectangular channels. Our data show that the two turbulent states supported in...
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