5 edition of Excitations in two-dimensional and three-dimensional quantum fluids found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by A.F.G. Wyatt and H.J. Lauter.|
|Series||NATO ASI series. Series B, Physics ;, vol. 257, NATO ASI series., v. 257|
|Contributions||Wyatt, A. F. G. 1938-, Lauter, H. J., North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Scientific Affairs Division.|
|LC Classifications||QC174.4.A1 N38 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 598 p. :|
|Number of Pages||598|
|LC Control Number||91015448|
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We present a new description of the quasiparticle spectrum of superfluid 4 He based on the assumption that in addition to the density excitations proposed by Feynman, there exist localized modes that represent elementary vortex-cores. The energy spectrum which results from the hybridization of these two kinds of excitations is compared to the experimental : N. Gov, E. Akkermans. 4He Films on Graphite Studied by Neutron Scattering. In: Excitations in two-dimensional and three-dimensional quantum fluids: [proceedings of a NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Excitations in Two-Dimensional and Three-Dimensional Quantum Fluids, held August 10 - 15, , in Exeter, United Kingdom], , pp.
The solid and dashed lines are fits to the two-dimensional Tinkham model and the three-dimensional Ginzburg–Landau (GL) model, respectively. It is found that the 2D Tinkham model gives an excellent description of the behavior of H 1, covering not only the cusp at 90° that the 3D GL model misses, but also its behavior in near perpendicular. Three-dimensional structure and multistable optical switching of triple twisted particle-like excitations in anisotropic fluids 1,2,3,*Ivan I. Smalyukh, 2,4Yves Lansac, 1,2Noel A. Clark, and 1,2Rahul P. Trivedi 1. Free energy and director structure We use numerical minimization of free energy to obtain the.
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The superfluid phases of 3He were excluded, e~cept for superfluid film flow, as 3He involves a separate set of problems. These proceedings arise from a lively Advanced Research Workshop on Excitations in Two-Dimensional and Three-Dimensional Quantum Fluids held in Exeter August "Proceedings of a NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Excitations in Two-Dimensional and Three-Dimensional Quantum Fluids, held August, in Exeter, United Kingdom"--Title page verso.
"Published in cooperation with NATO Scientific Affairs Division.". Maris H.J. () Excitations in Liquid Helium at Negative Pressures. In: Wyatt A.F.G., Lauter H.J. (eds) Excitations in Two-Dimensional and Three-Dimensional Quantum Fluids.
NATO ASI Series (Series B: Physics), vol Cited by: 2. In this review we sketch the new understanding of collective and single particle excitations in liquid 4He revealed by recent neutron scattering and theoretical studies.
Excitations in Two-Dimensional and Three-Dimensional Quantum Fluids. (eds) Excitations in Two-Dimensional and Three-Dimensional Quantum Fluids. NATO ASI Series (Series Author: Henry R.
Clyde. Excitations which carry "fractional" quantum numbers are known to exist in one dimension in polyacetylene, and in two dimensions, in the fractional quantum Hall effect. Griffin A. () Excitations in Superfluid 4 He and the Dielectric Formalism.
In: Wyatt A.F.G., Lauter H.J. (eds) Excitations in Two-Dimensional and Three-Dimensional Quantum Fluids. NATO ASI Series (Series B: Physics), vol Springer, Boston, : Allan Griffin. A.G.F. Wyatt, H.J. Lauter (Eds.), Excitations in Two-Dimensional and Three-Dimensional Quantum Fluids, Plenum Press, New York ()Cited by: 7.
The excitations disperse along both the in-plane and out-of-plane directions, revealing its three-dimensional nature. The periodicity of the out-of-plane dispersion corresponds to the distance.
Carlo F. Barenghi and Nick G. Parker A Primer on Quantum Fluids Aug Springer arXivv2 [-gas] 25 Aug File Size: 7MB. NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Excitations in Two-Dimensional and Three-Dimensional Quantum Fluids By A Wyatt and H Lauter No static citation data No static citation data CiteAuthor: A Wyatt and H Lauter.
Stirling W G Excitations in Two-Dimensional and Three-Dimensional Quantum Fluids (NATO Advanced Study Institute, Series B: Physics vol ) ed A Wyatt and H J Lauter (New York: Plenum) p Crossref Google Scholar. Recently, the three-dimensional Ce3+ pyrochlore lattice Ce2Sn2O7 has been suggested as a clean, effective spin-1/2 quantum spin liquid candidate, Cited by: 8.
Quantum interference of three dimensional plasmon excitations Article in Physics of Plasmas 26(6) June with 45 Reads How we measure 'reads'. We report a direct means of distinguishing between the two‐dimensional and three‐dimensional nature of luminescence bands in multilayered structures.
Fixed energy interband excitation of a GaAs/AlGaAs multiple quantum well structure reveals oscillations of the luminescence intensity in a varying magnetic field resulting from resonant Cited by: 1.
We show that there are two types of RVB liquid phases present in three-dimensional quantum dimer models, corresponding to the deconfining phases of U(1) and Z_2 gauge theories in d=3+1. We have measured spin excitations in a two-dimensional quantum magnet, piperazinium hexachlorodicuprate (PHCC) 5, in which spin-1/2 copper ions form a non-magnetic quantum spin liquid, and find.
Abstract. Halley began the discussion of the theory of excitations in Bulk 4 He with some remarks about the nature of the theoretical problem of describing liquid 4 He. The main point is that the helium-helium potentiate has a hard core, e.g. V(r) ∝ (σ/r) This means that its Fourier transform V(Q) is extremely large (essentially infinite) at all : J.
Halley, W. Stirling. Let us turn back to the quantum Hall fluid. In the quantum Hall fluid, there are two kinds of excitations: the neutral excitations and the charged excitations, which correspond to quasi-holes and quasi-particles in the bulk of the fluid.
For the integer quantum Hall effect, the highest-weight state is Cited by: 3. TWO-DIMENSIONAL MAGNETOTRANSPORT IN THE EXTREME QUANTUM LIMIT (Tsui, Störmer, Gossard) ANOMALOUS QUANTUM HALL EFFECT: AN INCOMPRESSIBLE QUANTUM FLUID WITH FRACTIONALLY CHARGED EXCITATIONS (Laughlin).
[The Fractional Quantum Hall Effect]. [TSUI, Daniel C, Horst L. Störmer, A. Gossard and Robert B. Laughlin. Tsui, Störmer & Laughlin Nobel Author: Störmer & Laughlin Nobel Laureates in Physics. TSUI, Daniel C, Horst L.
Störmer, A. Gossard and Robert B. Laughlin. Tsui. The fundamental building block of the copper oxide superconductors is a Cu4O4 square plaquette. The plaquettes in most of these materials are slightly distorted to.
These proceedings arise from a lively Advanced Research Workshop on Excitations in Two-Dimensional and Three-Dimensional Quantum Fluids held in. Nonlinear two-dimensional (2D) spectroscopy in the ultrafast time domain has become an important tool for unravelling the dynamics and couplings of elementary excitations in condensed-phase systems.
Experiments have addressed a wide range of electronic and vibrational excitations in solids, liquids and (bio)molecular systems [ 1 – 7 ].Cited by: A.G.F. Wyatt, H.J. Lauter (Eds.), Excitations in Two-Dimensional and Three-Dimensional Quantum Fluids, Plenum Press (), p.
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