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It is proposed that the mechanism of the anomalously high thermal transfer rates observed between CAIN and liquid He3 is simply the electromagnetic dipole coupling between electrons and He3 nuclei. A crude theory based on this assumption explains the observed linear dependence of the Kapitza...
ESR, paramagnetic susceptibility, and adiabatic demagnetization studies of single crystals of MgO doped with about 0.14 % Mn2+ are presented. The results of the ESR measurements are in good agreement with that obtained by previous investigators on crystals with lower Mn2+ concentration, but the...
The variation of the superconducting transition temperatureT
composite systems, where M is one of the IVB transition elements Ti, Zr, or Hf, was studied. It was found that the transition metal group dominates in determining theT
of the system. The variation...
The method of the determination of isothermal compressibility of solid parahydrogen on the basis of dielectric constant measurements has been described. The data on isothermal compressibility of solid parahydrogen in the temperature range of 6–14.5°K and at pressures of 0–180 atm have been...
This paper is principally concerned with the electron-phonon interaction near the Kohn condition (q = 2k
) in crystals such as graphite, where the anisotropy of both the Fermi surface and the vibration spectrum is extremely large. By neglecting the trigonal warping of the Fermi surface of...
We discuss the effect of “superconductive Zitterbewegung” on the electromagnetic interaction of quasiparticles in superconductors. We show that Zitterbewegung is responsible for the appearance, in the interaction Hamiltonian, of Darwin-like terms proportional to the divergence of the electric...
Fourth-sound measurements are used to determine the depletion in the superfluid density ρ
which occurs in the helium filled small pores of packed powders. The measurements also give the reduction in superfluid onset temperature. The pore size distribution of several samples was determined from...
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