By T. Bressani, Italy) Winter School on Hadronic Physics (6th : 1991 : Folgaria, A. Zenoni
The most objective of the varsity is to give to younger physicists the main open difficulties in hadronic physics within the confinement quarter, and to teach that they're heavily associated with comparable open difficulties in nuclear physics and condensed subject. New experimental amenities and methods on the topic of the answer of the above challenge are awarded.
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0 Fig. 2 The dispersion curve of 4 quasiparticle excitations of He as determined from neutron scattering. 4 From now on everything is completely standard. At T·O all atoms of He are engaged in the weakly superradiant process, and by increasing the temperatYff the normal fluid component gets excite4 with a Boltzmann spectrum e, where to the roton minimum A(T) of Fig. 2 one must add the gap 6Ep (T)/p(T), for the extra energy one must provide to subtract an elementafy excitation from the weakly superradiant state turns out to be proportional to the fraction of the superfluid, p8 /p.