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Jan16-12 Greg Bernhardt
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If you are studying Solid State Physics, or in Condensed Matter, this may be of interest to you if you haven't found...
Nov16-04 08:59 AM
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If you have access to the Science journal, do not miss the Review article written by Elbio Dagotto in the latest issue...
Aug31-05 12:22 PM
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This is a good review article on the BCS-BEC crossover issue in superconductors and ultracold gasses. It is written by...
Aug26-05 06:36 AM
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I'm still reading this paper, so can't comment much on it other than to say that if there's any need to convince...
Aug26-05 04:58 PM
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OK, we had Hall-effect equivalent for photons. And now there is Hall effect for phonons! ...
Oct12-05 10:05 PM
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This is just one of a zoo of examples from condensed matter where relativistic forms manifest themselves via condensed...
Nov15-05 07:20 AM
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I've mentioned this "kink" before in the ARPES spectrum on high-Tc superconductors. However, if you want a rather...
Nov28-05 08:03 AM
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This review by Piers Coleman is a Tour de Force article on why condensed matter physics is such an exciting field of...
Dec23-05 07:34 AM
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There is a good review article on inelastic neutron scattering experiments and results on hole-doped cuprate...
May1-06 11:20 AM
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If you don't have a subscription to Physics Today, RUN, don't walk, to your nearest library that has a subscription of...
Jun15-06 03:24 PM
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You have seen me continually emphasize the fact that many principles of condensed matter traverse beyond the boundary...
Jul27-06 08:20 AM
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This is a historical look back at the landmark 1957 BCS Theory of Superconductivity paper. Don't miss it. ...
Oct11-06 09:09 AM
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OK, here's a heads up for people who want to have a comprehensive review of theoretical and experimental development...
Oct25-06 10:08 AM
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Hi Everyone, I need a big favor for those of you willing to do a bit of hunting. I have a rather old paper that...
Nov13-06 01:41 PM
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This past Sept. marked the 20th anniversary of the discovery of High-Tc superconductors. It was a discovery that turns...
Jan1-07 08:00 AM
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I mentioned neutron scattering (or in particular, inelastic neutron scattering) as being one of the most important...
Feb2-07 04:49 PM
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I was reading today about superfluids and the like. They were talking about how at a certain low temperature bosons...
May25-05 11:09 AM
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While reading an article about superconductivity I found out a strange partition function which I don't know how to...
Jan3-12 01:14 PM
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I know the spectrum/dispersion relation for a bosonic system. E \left( \mathbf{k} \right) = \cdots Is there a...
Jan7-12 12:25 PM
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I'm having some troubles understanding the unit used in solid state physics. In a paper I read \Lambda a \sim 1 ...
Feb7-12 06:47 AM
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I'm relatively new to the field of condensed matter and quantum mechanics. What I want to do is to compute frequency...
Sep21-10 08:17 AM
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I saw "dressed molecule" in a paper about BEC, what is the meaning of it?
Mar16-09 06:58 AM
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I'm working on some calculations on Al0.35Ga0.65As & In0.65Al0.45As. Someone can tell me where i can find the...
Jan24-09 01:57 PM
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Always be used in experiments... but when it appears in literature, most authors never tell the exact value of 1 ML...
Feb7-09 01:09 PM
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My calculation shows an asymmetric strain distribution in InAs/GaAs(111) heterostructure while it is symmetric in...
Feb18-09 07:41 AM
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What does the electrical conductivity of the elements depends from?
Sep20-07 05:48 AM
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Bragg's law n.lambda=2d sin theta. d=1/{h^2/a^2+k^2/b^2+l^2/c^2} for orthorombic structure. thus d=n.lambda/2 sin...
Feb9-11 07:46 PM
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Why does 4He act like a boson but 3He doesn't? What accounts for their different behavior at low temperatures? Why...
Dec6-04 07:01 AM
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Good morning, i'm want to do some research in the field of condensed matter specially spin waves; it's just a...
Oct29-11 07:36 AM
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Hello! I am trying to carry out wavelength depended photoconductivity experiment to a semiconductor thin film...
Apr14-13 11:21 AM
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for direct recombination, electrons go from up to down directly and vertically. However, for indirect recombination,...
Apr25-13 02:41 AM
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My question is regarding the reason why the Brownian ratchet fails to negate the second law. The explanation that...
Aug8-12 10:39 AM
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Which experiment describes that electrons have same mass and same charge?
May1-11 01:10 PM
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Hello , Maybe this topic has basic understandings of quantum mechanics and involves some mathematic theory...
Nov4-10 06:07 AM
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Hi everybody, I am trying to learn how I can interpret the Raman spectra. How can we know which peak ...
Mar15-12 12:10 PM
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Hi everybody, What is lam band and d-lam band? (RAMAN or any vibrational study) Thanks in advace
Mar23-12 03:40 PM
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Hi all, What is the relation between RAMAN Intensity and Energy of the photon and/or bond stregth and/or bond...
May7-13 02:50 AM
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Hello, What is fluorescence interference? Thnx.
May2-13 10:11 AM
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Hi, I have some Raman peaks and I know what their descriptions are. Some of them are symmetric dimer, some of them...
Oct7-13 08:14 AM
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Hello, I have been trying to catch up on spectroscopy theory, and I'm trying to get a grasp on what all the terms...
Feb20-13 10:49 AM
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