Physics 431_ Low-temperature superconductivity

Physics 431_ Low-temperature superconductivity - 1/28/12...

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1/28/12 Physics 431: Low-temperature superconductivity 1/3 courses.washington.edu/phys431/«/low-t_superconductivity.php Ph\VicV 431, WinweU 2012 ModeUn Ph\VicV LaboUawoU\ - CondenVed MawweU uVefXl InfoUmawion Syllabus (PDF) Sample lab notebook Overview of Physics 431 experiments (PDF) Grading rubric (PDF) E[peUimenwV Oscilloscope exercise LiVw 1 Fundamental Constants from Noise Measurements The Hall effect Low temperature superconductivity in Hg Electron Diffraction LiVw 2 Surface Plasmon Resonance M|ssbauer spectroscopy Physical adsorption Continuous NMR Pulsed NMR Ph\VicV 431 Home LoZ TempeUawXUe SXpeUcondXcwiYiw\
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1/28/12 Physics 431: Low-temperature superconductivity 2/3 courses.washington.edu/phys431/«/low-t_superconductivity.php A sample of mercury is cooled to liquid helium temperatures and the critical field as a function of temperature is recorded between 1.6 and 4.2K. Using a lock-in detection scheme, students record the transition of the Hg sample from normal to
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