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Adsorbed Quantum Gases

  • H. Godfrin
Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (NSSB, volume 257)

Abstract

There is considerable current interest in the behavior of thin films of quantum gases (H2, D2, HD, 4He, and 3He) adsorbed on solid substrates. Present experimental and theoretical studies may be divided in two groups. The first one corresponds to phenomena related to the general aspects of structural phase diagrams, the existence of commensurate phases and domain walls, lattice dynamics, and other properties also found in adsorbed classical gases. 3He, due to its very low mass, is the system with the largest quantum corrections, the “experimental quantum limit”. All these properties are therefore very similar for the different quantum gases, as seen on the general aspect of their phase diagrams.

Keywords

Adsorption Isotherm Areal Density Heat Capacity Measurement Graphite Substrate Coverage Scale 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • H. Godfrin
    • 1
  1. 1.Institut Laue-LangevinGrenoble CedexFrance

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