LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS RESEARCH.
Final rept. 16 Jun 59-15 Jun 68,
CONNECTICUT UNIV STORRS
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Contents Summary of research Superconducting properties and anisotropic electrical resistivities of pure and cadmium-doped tin Superconducting-and normal-state thermal conductivity of impure tin Energy gap and thermal conductivity of pure and impure superconducting tin Electrostatic effect and superconductivity in tiny samples Effect of the superconducting energy-gap anisotropy on the thermal conductivity of tin The effect of antimony, indium and zinc impurities on the critical field curve of tin Anisotropy of the residual resistivity of tin with Sb, In, Zn and Cd impurities, and the ideal resistivities and deviations from Matthiessens rule at 77 and 273 degrees K Measurement of the orientation of tin single crystals by optical means Depression of indium superconducting transition temperature by Holmium and Gadolinium.
- Electricity and Magnetism
- Solid State Physics