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Free surface waves were examined both in superfluids
He with the premise that these inviscid media would represent ideal realizations for this fluid dynamics problem. The work in
He is one of the first of its kind, but in
The study of superconductivity arising from doping a Mott insulator has become a central issue in the area of superconductivity. Within the framework of the kinetic-energy-driven superconducting (SC) mechanism, we discuss the thermodynamic properties in the triangular-lattice cobaltate...
Recently, electronic specific heat experiments suggest that SrPt
has two superconducting energy gaps. We have therefore investigated the temperature and angular dependence of the upper critical field and the critical velocity of Cooper pairs for...
We investigate the thermodynamic parameters of the superconducting antiperovskite CdCNi
using the Eliashberg approach which is an excellent tool to the exact characterization of the conventional superconductors. In particular, we reproduce the measured superconducting transition...
Insulating columnar inclusions in a type II chiral
$$p_x \pm i p_y$$
superconductor are shown to affect essentially the electronic structure of pinned vortices, and, as a consequence, the scanning tunneling microscopy (STM) patterns and the microwave response in the vortex...
The static and dynamic properties of vortices in a nanosized superconducting strip with one central weak link (weakly superconducting region or normal metal) are investigated in the presence of external magnetic and electric fields. The time-dependent Ginzburg–Landau equations are used to...
Low-temperature transport and magneto-resistance properties were systemically studied for the bilayered polycrystalline LaSr
manganite under an applied magnetic field from 0 to 9 T. The results obtained from the resistivity measurements...
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