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(1967)De Gennes' equation for the gap parameter in superposed films of normal and superconducting materials have been s9lved via a numerical technique. Thia is based upon a variation approach used by Silvert and Cooper. The ...
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(1967)The cross section for the reaction KD > Knm The cross section for the reaction X D .. ~K n n has been measured for the laboratory momentum interval from threshold (96.7) to 300 Mev/c. The cross section is found to ...
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(20100831)The mean life of the positive muon has been measured to partpermillion precision using a timestructured beam, a ferromagnetic target, and a fast, multisegmented and symmetric scintillator detection array. The result, ...
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(1979)Dimuon production has been studied at 217 Gev/c in pi hydrogen and pi beryllium collisions with a multiparticle spectrometer to detect associated particles. Particular attention has. been paid to the PSI Gamma ...
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(1988)A path integral formulation of the SU(N) Kondo model is explored as a possible theoretical tool for studying generalizations of the model, such as the Kondo lattice, which are difficult to study by other means. Saddle ...
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(20140916)Path integral Monte Carlo is a proven method for accurately simulating quantum mechanical systems at finitetemperature. By stochastically sampling Feynman's path integral representation of the quantum manybody density ...
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(2001)Below Tλ = 2.17 K, bulk 4He is a superfluid and has a nonzero BoseEinstein condensate fraction. This work will focus primarily on how phenomena such as superfluidity, Bose condensation and superfluid vortices are ...
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