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Superconductivity in a Strong Spin-Exchange Field
A strong exchange field, such as produced by ferromagnetically aligned impurities in a metal, will tend to polarize the conduction electron spins. If the metal is a superconductor, this will happen
Electron correlations in molecules and solids
1. Introduction.- 2. The Independent-Electron Approximation.- 2.1 Starting Hamiltonian.- 2.2 Basis Functions and Basis Sets.- 2.3 Self-Consistent Field Approximation.- 2.4 Simplified SCF
Magnetic Field Splitting of the Quasiparticle States in Superconducting Aluminum Films
Magnetic field splitting of the quasiparticle energy states in superconducting aluminum films has been observed in a tunneling experiment. The magnitude of the splitting was found to be
High field superconductivity in thin films
Abstract Thin films provide an ideal means for studying the role of spin paramagnetism in the theory of superconductivity. A review is given of the theoretical and experimental work available until
Quantum ice: a quantum Monte Carlo study.
Zero-temperature quantum Monte Carlo simulations are used to show how tunnelling can lift the degeneracy of a spin or charge ice, stabilizing a unique "quantum-ice" ground state-a quantum liquid with excitations described by the Maxwell action of (3+1)-dimensional quantum electrodynamics.
Strong coupling between local moments and superconducting ‘heavy’ electrons in UPd2Al3
It is argued that these magnetic excitons may produce effective interactions between the itinerant electrons, and so be responsible for superconductivity in a manner analogous to the role played by phonons in conventional superconductors.
Homogeneous Electron Gas
  • P. Fulde
  • Materials Science
  • 1 October 2012