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m * / m  1  F1s / 3
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orbital and spin space in 3He-B, i.e. spontaneously
broken relative spin-orbit symmetry [4].
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that determines the heat capacity.
4. Summary or Conclusions
2.2. Bose-Einstein condensation
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One of the most interesting features of these order
parameters is that combinations of various components
may oscillate about their equilibrium positions with a
frequency of the order of the gap frequency. This
coherent oscillation of order parameters is called an
order parameter collective mode (OPCM) [15]. The
detailed spectra of OPCM’s reflect the symmetry of the
phase and provide a fingerprint of the phase. Here, we
will focus our discussion on the OPCM’s in 3He-B.
3. Superfluid 3He
Liquid 3He is an unfathomable source of new
phenomena. Rich physics in this system evolves from
the combination of the Fermi liquid properties and the
exotic broken symmetry in the superfluid states. The
acoustic Faraday effect is an excellent experimental
manifestation of these combined properties. As
mentioned above, the acoustic Faraday effect provides
the first clear evidence of propagating transverse sound
in liquid 3He and the existence of the coupling between
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[1] See the format of references below.
[2] K. Mendelssohn, The Quest for Absolute Zero,
Taylor & Francis, London, 1977.
[3] F. Pobell, Matter and Methods at Low
Temperatures, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1992.
[4] D.D. Osheroff, R.C. Richardson, and D.M. Lee,
Phys. Rev. Lett. 29, 920 (1972).
[5] J. Wilks, The Properties of Liquid and Solid
Helium, Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1967.
[6] A.J. Leggett, Rev. Mod. Phys. 47, 331 (1975); J.C.
Wheatley, Rev. Mod. Phys. 47, 415 (1975).