At temperatures near absolute zero, Bc approaches 0.142 T for vanadium, a type-I superconductor. The normal phase of vanadium has a magnetic susceptibility close to zero. Consider a long, thin vanadium cylinder with its axis parallel to an external magnetic field B S 0 in the +x@direction. At points far from the ends of the cylinder, by symmetry, all the magnetic vectors are parallel to the x-axis. At temperatures near absolute zero, what are the resultant magnetic field B S and the magnetization M S inside and outside the cylinder (far from the ends) for (a) B S 0 = 10.130 T2i n and (b) B S 0 = 10.260 T2i n?
Thursday, April 10, 2014 Polarization Two possible polarizations E B E B k k 2 Polarizer (3) The components of the unpolarized light that have the same polarization as the polarizer are transmitted but those with polarization perpendicular to the polarizer are absorbed If light with polarization parallel to the polarizing angle is incident on the polarizer, all the light passes through If light with polarization perpendicular to the polarizing angle is incident on the polarizer, non