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Quantized vortices in liquid 4He at finite temperatures are treated by first principles theory that extends results presented in paper I of this two-part set. Then the possible role of thermally excited quantized vortices in accounting for the λ transition is studied. This study indicates that...
The proximity effect in superfluid 3He partly filled with high porosity aerogel is discussed. This system can be regarded as a dirty Fermi liquid/spin-triplet p-wave superfluid junction. Our attention is mainly paid to the case when the dirty layer is in the normal state owing to the impurity...
An enriched 195Pt system was investigated by magnetic and NMR measurements. Anomalous large magnetic moments are distinctly observed in enriched 195Pt wire samples produced by ORNL and in enriched thin-film samples. In the enriched powder and natural wire samples, weak anomalous large magnetic...
An integrated approach to magnet lead design is presented which incorporates innovations and design enhancements over a conventional design. The primary innovation is that a set of baffles is used to transfer heat from the leads to the Helium gas, as opposed to direct thermal contact between the...
In a rotating circular cylinder of superfluid 3He-B, an evolving vortex expands longitudinally such that its end point describes a helically spiralling trajectory along the cylinder wall. The spiral motion is found to give rise to a periodically oscillating NMR signal, which is brought about by...
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