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We examine the time-dependent evolution of a coupled qubit-transmission line-resonator system coupled to an external drive and a resonator environment. By solving the equation for a non-stationary resonator field, we determine the requirements for a single-shot nondestructive dispersive...
The resistivity, magnetization and longitudinal ultrasonic velocity (V
l) have been measured in single-phase polycrystalline Nd0.5Sr0.5Mn1−x
O3 (x=0, 0.02, 0.05, 0.1) to clarify the Cr doping effect on the metal-insulator and charge ordering transitions. For x=0 sample, the V
l shows two...
Synthesis and characterization of (CuO)
/CuTl-1223} composites with x=0 %, 10 %, 15 % and 20 % have been reported. The fluctuations induced conductivity (FIC) analysis of (CuO)
/CuTl-1223 composite has been carried out using Aslamazov-Larkin (AL) and...
The evolution of the excess conductivity in Y1−z
single crystals has been studied by systematically increasing the praseodymium concentration (0.05≤z≤0.5). The concentration dependence of the coherence length along c axis ξ
(0) on the praseodymium content has been determined....
Experimental results available in the literature were employed to study the high pressure dependence of the superconducting transition temperature T
superconductor in a wide range of oxygen concentrations x. By the use of simple phenomenological model, we determined...
We carried out measurements of thermal conductance and thermal contact resistance of two materials commonly used in low temperature laboratories such as an Electro-Magnetic Interference (EMI) Filter and Stycast 2850 FT epoxy. Both samples were attached on a heat sink made of oxygen-free high...
The observation of significant magnetoresistance anisotropy of a two-dimensional electronic system in very clean GaAs/AlGaAs heterostructure samples in presence of moderately large perpendicular magnetic fields is a striking example of novel anisotropic behavior in the quantum Hall regime....
We generalize the superfluid hydrodynamic equations to describe the expansion of a turbulent condensate cloud. Our Lagrangian formalism includes the kinetic energy associated with an entangled vortex configuration. The expressions developed here clarify the physics behind the self-similar free...
A new effort has been undertaken to model the effect of μd
muonic atom loss on the number of X-rays generated by combination of negative slow muons with ions implanted in the two-layer hydrogen setup of H2/D2–D2. Until now, this effect has not been investigated theoretically. Here a solid...
Superconductivity is observed in a composite of rhombohedral crystalline bismuth nanoparticles imbedded in an insulating porous opal host via electrical transport and AC magnetic susceptibility. The onset of superconductivity in this system occurs in two steps, with upper transition temperature...
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