Thermal transport of helium-3 in a strongly confining channel

@article{Lotnyk2019ThermalTO,
  title={Thermal transport of helium-3 in a strongly confining channel},
  author={Dmytro Lotnyk and Anna Eyal and Nikolay Z. Zhelev and T S Abhilash and E. N. Smith and Michael Terilli and J Wilson and Erich J. Mueller and Dietrich Einzel and John B. Saunders and Jeevak Parpia},
  journal={Nature Communications},
  year={2019},
  volume={11}
}
The investigation of transport properties in normal liquid helium-3 and its topological superfluid phases provides insights into related phenomena in electron fluids, topological materials, and putative topological superconductors. It relies on the measurement of mass, heat, and spin currents, due to system neutrality. Of particular interest is transport in strongly confining channels of height approaching the superfluid coherence length, to enhance the relative contribution of surface… 

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