Exact Solutions of Relativistic Wave Equations by V.G. Bagrov, D. Gitman

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FlG. 8. I-V characteristics of a superfluid diode with a 5 /urn diameter filament operated at the following values of power and temperature: 130 mW, 2110 K (circles); 88mW, 2000 K (squares). Immersion depth: 3cm. ) 20 PRODUCTION OF IONS IN THE LIQUID por film surrounding the wire. The amount of emitted current also depends on the immersion depth of the filament below the helium surface. The cylindrical geometry is a limiting factor for ion mobility studies because of the field nonuniformity. This technique has been used in studies on turbulence in superfluid helium (Sitton and Moss, 1969).

7 the pressure dependence of /x at several temperatures is shown. The behavior of the negative ions as a function of P is quite remarkable. At P = 0, for all temperatures, /x_ is always less than /x + . However, for P > 0. MPa, irrespective of T, /x_ becomes equal to /z + . As P is increased at constant T, /x_ increases at first so as to approach /z + , and then decreases at the same rate with a further increase of P. The behavior of negative ions is explained by assuming that rotons limit their mobility in the kinetic regime.

4. /n vs T l for positive (circles) and negative (squares) ions (Meyer and Reif, 1958). The diamonds are the mobility-viscosity product, n+r/, for positive ions. The lines are only eyeguides. 44 ION TRANSPORT AT LOW TEMPERATURE FlG. 5. /n+ (P) and fj,- (N) vs T l in liquid He for several 3He concentrations xs. 5). 14 (P0 and N 0 ), x3 = 13 (Pi and Ni), and x3 = 41 (P2 and N 2 ). , 1959; Wilks, 1967). 5)). , 1959), which shows that the effective value of A decreases upon approaching T\. The physical reason for this behavior is that the number of excitations greatly increases as T increases, so that their mutual interaction is no longer negligible.

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