Superfluid He-3 in the zero-temperature limit.

Bradley, D. Ian and Fisher, Shaun N. and Guénault, A.M. and Haley, Richard P. and Pickett, George R. (2004) Superfluid He-3 in the zero-temperature limit. Journal of Low Temperature Physics, 135 (5-6). pp. 385-397. ISSN 0022-2291

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Superfluid He-3 has a hierarchy of properties, each manifest as a 'superfluid'. There is the mass superfluid, the spin superfluid and there should also be an orbital superfluid. These three 'super' fluids respond differently to the interpenetrating normal fluid and demand different temperature ranges to be studied fully. We discuss here the importance of work at very low temperatures, how we can cool to the lowest temperatures and finally present a selection of low temperature experiments which illustrate aspects of multiphase nature of the superfluid and of the three 'superfluids' mentioned above.

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Journal of Low Temperature Physics
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?? a-phaseb-phasetransitionvelocitydetectoranglegeneral materials scienceatomic and molecular physics, and opticscondensed matter physicsmaterials science(all)qc physics ??
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26 Jan 2009 10:07
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