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The BCS critical temperature for potentials with negative scattering length
 Lett. Math. Phys
, 2008
"... Abstract. We prove that the critical temperature for the BCS gap equation is given by 8 Tc = µ π eγ−2 « + o(1) e π/(2 √ µa) in the low density limit µ → 0. The formula holds for a suitable class of interaction potentials with negative scattering length a in the absence of bound states. ..."
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Abstract. We prove that the critical temperature for the BCS gap equation is given by 8 Tc = µ π eγ−2 « + o(1) e π/(2 √ µa) in the low density limit µ → 0. The formula holds for a suitable class of interaction potentials with negative scattering length a in the absence of bound states.
Fluctuations in the Hopfield model at the critical temperature
 Markov Process. Related Fields 5: 423–44
, 1999
"... We investigate the fluctuation... ..."
EVALUATION OF LUBRICITY Part 2: Critical temperature and lubricity
"... The effect of adding rape oil to mineral oil in a compounded axlebox lubricant was investigated, using critical temperature, friction, voltage discharge, and electrical resistance. The critical temperature was measured in a BowdenLeben machine. The other quantities were determined by using a 1in ..."
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The effect of adding rape oil to mineral oil in a compounded axlebox lubricant was investigated, using critical temperature, friction, voltage discharge, and electrical resistance. The critical temperature was measured in a BowdenLeben machine. The other quantities were determined by using a 1in
gas dynamics below the critical temperature
, 2001
"... We consider the 2D Ising lattice gas in a square of side L with free boundary conditions, temperature below the critical one and particle density slightly above the density of the vapour phase. Typical configurations consist of a quarter of a Wulff droplet of the liquid phase centred at one of the c ..."
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We consider the 2D Ising lattice gas in a square of side L with free boundary conditions, temperature below the critical one and particle density slightly above the density of the vapour phase. Typical configurations consist of a quarter of a Wulff droplet of the liquid phase centred at one
Magnetic excitations above the critical temperature
, 1975
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Critical Temperature for the Nuclear LiquidGas Phase Transition
, 2003
"... The charge distribution of the intermediate mass fragments produced in p (8.1 GeV) + Au collisions is analyzed in the framework of the statistical multifragmentation model with the critical temperature for the nuclear liquidgas phase transition Tc as a free parameter. It is found that Tc = 20±3 MeV ..."
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The charge distribution of the intermediate mass fragments produced in p (8.1 GeV) + Au collisions is analyzed in the framework of the statistical multifragmentation model with the critical temperature for the nuclear liquidgas phase transition Tc as a free parameter. It is found that Tc = 20±3 Me
COMPARISON OF LOWSPEED HARDSTEEL CRITICAL TEMPERATURES
"... Several papers and discussions have been presented at this conference on the critical or transitiontemperature concept. They have generally covered the dependence of critical temperatures on operating variables of speed and load, machine configuration, lubricants, and ferrousmetal bearing materi ..."
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Several papers and discussions have been presented at this conference on the critical or transitiontemperature concept. They have generally covered the dependence of critical temperatures on operating variables of speed and load, machine configuration, lubricants, and ferrousmetal bearing
Nuclear Matter Critical Temperature and Charge Balance
"... AbstractAn iterative algorithm was developed to fit Fisher Law for Heavy Ion Collisions with distinct charge balance, obtaining different critical temperatures in agreement with recent theoretical and experimental results. This way is confirmed the influence of charge balance on the caloric curve ..."
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AbstractAn iterative algorithm was developed to fit Fisher Law for Heavy Ion Collisions with distinct charge balance, obtaining different critical temperatures in agreement with recent theoretical and experimental results. This way is confirmed the influence of charge balance on the caloric curve
TMAl/l The Critical Temperature and Gap Solution in the BardeenCooperSchrieffer Theory of
, 1993
"... The critical temperature and gap solution in the BardeenCooperSchrieffer theory of superconductivity ..."
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The critical temperature and gap solution in the BardeenCooperSchrieffer theory of superconductivity
On the Ratio of the Energy Gap Amplitude to the Critical Temperature for Cuprates
"... The model for the cuprates based on the modified electronphonon pairing mechanism has been tested. For this purpose, the superconductors with high value of the critical temperature have been taken into consideration. In particular: YBa2Cu3O7−y, HgBa2CuO4+y, HgBa2Cu1−xZnxO4+y, and HgBa2Ca2Cu3O8+y. It ..."
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The model for the cuprates based on the modified electronphonon pairing mechanism has been tested. For this purpose, the superconductors with high value of the critical temperature have been taken into consideration. In particular: YBa2Cu3O7−y, HgBa2CuO4+y, HgBa2Cu1−xZnxO4+y, and HgBa2Ca2Cu3O8+y
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