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Magnetoresistance in metals
Preface 1. Survey of basic principles 2. Measurement 3. Real metals 4. Quantum effects 5. Inhomogeneous materials 6. Size effects.
An experimental and theoretical study of the relation between magnetic field and current in a superconductor
  • A. Pippard, W. Bragg
  • Chemistry
  • Proceedings of the Royal Society of London…
  • 24 February 1953
The penetration depth, λ, in superconducting tin at 0° K has been found to be capable of variation by the addition of impurity, 3% of indium causing it to be nearly doubled, although theExpand
The elastic arch and its modes of instability
An arch of highly tempered steel strip, with both ends fixed at an adjustable angle, and loaded at its crown, may become unstable either by a symmetrical plunging of the crown or by skewing sideways.Expand
The physics of vibration
Preface to part I Preface to part II Preface to the combined volume 1. General introduction - author to reader Part I. The Simple Classical Vibrator: 2. The free vibrator 3. Applications of complexExpand
The parametrically maintained Foucault pendulum and its perturbations
  • A. Pippard
  • Physics
  • Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. A…
  • 8 November 1988
A Foucault pendulum may be maintained indefinitely by parametric excitation, but as a consequence of imperfections in its construction, seismic noise and other perturbations it is liable to precessExpand
Response and stability
XXI. Magnetic hysteresis in superconducting colloids
Abstract The irreversible effects exhibited in the magnetization cycle of a superconducting colloid are analysed in terms of a simple model of a superconductor. Expressions are derived relatingExpand
The surface impedance of superconductors and normal metals at high frequencies V. Analysis of experimental results for superconducting tin
  • A. Pippard
  • Mathematics
  • Proceedings of the Royal Society of London…
  • 22 September 1950
For the purpose of analyzing the experimental results presented in the earlier parts of this series the concept of a two-parameter two-fluid model of superconductivity is developed, and it is shownExpand
The surface impedance of superconductors and normal metals at high frequencies II. The anomalous skin effect in normal metals
  • A. Pippard
  • Materials Science
  • Proceedings of the Royal Society of London…
  • 18 November 1947
Measurements on the skin conductivity of the normal metals silver, gold, and tin show that at low temperatures the skin conductivity tends to become independent of the d. c. conductivity, which is atExpand