Quantum Fluids and Solids

  • Samuel B. Trickey
  • E. Dwight Adams
  • James W. Dufty

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-x
  2. Robert A. Bryan
    Pages 1-2
  3. Louis J. Buchholtz, Alexander L. Fetter
    Pages 33-43
  4. J. A. Krumhansl
    Pages 51-64
  5. J. W. Serene, D. Rainer
    Pages 111-116
  6. P. C. Main, W. T. Band, J. R. Hook, H. E. Hall, D. J. Sandiford
    Pages 117-125
  7. R. W. Giannetta, C. M. Gould, E. N. Smith, D. M. Lee
    Pages 133-147
  8. E. B. Flint, E. D. Adams, R. M. Mueller
    Pages 153-159
  9. D. D. Osheroff
    Pages 161-170
  10. A. I. Ahonen, J. Kokko, O. V. Lounasmaa, M. A. Paalanen, R. C. Richardson, W. Schoepe et al.
    Pages 171-177
  11. K. Sköld, C. A. Pelizzari
    Pages 195-205
  12. H. R. Glyde, F. C. Khanna
    Pages 207-222
  13. Pat R. Roach, J. B. Ketterson
    Pages 223-231
  14. Juhani Kurkijärvi, Alexander L. Fetter
    Pages 233-243
  15. A. I. Ahonen, J. Kokko, O. V. Lounasmaa, M. A. Paalanen, R. C. Richardson, W. Schoepe et al.
    Pages 245-252
  16. Paul D. Roach, J. B. Ketterson, Pat R. Roach
    Pages 259-264
  17. Chia-Wei Woo
    Pages 265-278
  18. D. S. Greywall
    Pages 323-332
  19. V. B. Yefimov, L. P. Mezhov-Deglin
    Pages 333-333
  20. E. B. Flint, E. D. Adams, C. V. Britton
    Pages 337-341
  21. Eric D. Siggia
    Pages 349-350
  22. R. B. Kummer, V. Narayanamurti, R. C. Dynes
    Pages 369-373
  23. D. O. Edwards, J. D. Feder, V. S. Nayak
    Pages 375-380
  24. D. O. Edwards, G. G. Ihas, C. P. Tam
    Pages 381-385
  25. K. N. Zinov’eva, S. Y. Tsakadze
    Pages 387-394
  26. W. I. Glaberson, R. M. Ostermeier
    Pages 395-404
  27. P. L. Marston, W. M. Fairbank
    Pages 411-420
  28. K. K. Telschow, D. T. Ekholm, R. B. Hallock
    Pages 421-425

About this book


The second International Symposium on Quantum Fluids and Solids came to pass during 23-27 Jan. 1977 as the fourth and con­ cluding part of the seventeenth consecutive running of the Sanibel Symposium Series. With approximately 120 participants from eleven countries (including, for the first time, the USSR), we found it easy to obtain a selection of papers which was fairly comprehen­ sive. Indeed, our problem was an embarrassment of riches; in spite of our solemn vows not to crowd the schedule, we ended up with an intense program! By far, the majority of the papers pre­ sented are represented in this volume. We are indebted to many persons and organizations for their contributions to the Symposia. First, we thank Prof. Per-Olov Lowdin, Director of the Quantum Theory Project and originator of the Sanibel Symposia. Without his patient, indulgent cooperation our task would have been vastly more difficult. We are grateful to Prof. F. Eugene Dunnam, Chairman of the Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, for providing Departmental support of our initial or­ ganlzlng expenses. Approximately one-half of the total cost of the Symposium was borne by a joint grant from the National Science Foundation and the U. S. Air Force Office of Scientific Research. We thank the program officers, Dr. C. Satterthwaite and Dr. D.


astronomy crystal hydrogen magnetism nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) paper phase transition physics quantum theory scattering

Editors and affiliations

  • Samuel B. Trickey
    • 1
  • E. Dwight Adams
    • 1
  • James W. Dufty
    • 1
  1. 1.University of FloridaGainesvilleUSA

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