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We give a review of theoretical and experimental results concerning the magnetic susceptibility of the Weyl, Dirac, and nodal-line semimetals. In particular, dependences of the susceptibility on the chemical potential, temperature, and magnitude of the magnetic field are discussed. The presented...
The dynamic structure function
informs about the dispersion and damping of excitations. We have recently (Beauvois et al. in Phys Rev B 97:184520, 2018) compared experimental results for
from high-precision neutron...
Magnetic skyrmions are vortex-like spin textures that possess small size, nontrivial topology and high mobility which make them great promise as data carriers for high-density, high-velocity, and low-energy-consumption memory devices. In order to achieve this purpose, it is necessary to transfer...
Measurements that document a number of the characteristics of
mass flux through a cell filled with solid
carried out at the University of Massachusetts and elsewhere are reviewed. The mass flux is found to be a universal...
Forty years after the discovery of the first organic superconductor, the nature of the superconducting state in these materials is still not fully understood. Here, I present an overview on the historical developments and current knowledge on this topic for the quasi-one- and...
The Kibble–Zurek (Kibble in J Phys A 9:1387–1398, 1976; Zurek in Nature 317:505–508, 1985) scenario predicts that the outcome of a second-order phase transition from a disordered system into an ordered one depends on the quench rate. The emerging order parameter in the ordered state is not...
Experiments and theories describing the metastable phases of liquid and solid
He are presented and discussed. For the case of metastable liquid
He with respect to its gaseous phase, it is shown that different measurements of its destabilization threshold...
Helium crystals are quantum solids, with unusual mechanical properties. Quantum zero point motion prevents helium from freezing, unless pressure is applied, and helium crystals are extremely compressible, with elastic constants orders of magnitude smaller than those of conventional solids. In...
Starting from a historic perspective, we discuss the use of second sound in experimental investigations of quantized vorticity and quantum turbulence in the two-fluid temperature regime of superfluid
He. Starting with the theoretical prediction of second sound by Tisza and Landau...
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