One of their most recent publications is Nuclear magnetic relaxation in a 1-d semiconductor (K-TCNQ). Which was published in journal Physica B+C.

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P. Gillis's Articles: (2)

Nuclear magnetic relaxation in a 1-d semiconductor (K-TCNQ)

AbstractWe present a calculation of the temperature dependence of the diffusion coefficient in a unidimensional Heisenberg alternating model. We compare it - with qualitative agreement - to NMR results on K-TCNQ.

A self-consistent analysis for two-dimensional hydrodynamics

AbstractWe study a stochastic model for 2-d incompressible fluids. We show that the kinetic equation governing the evolution of the velocity correlation function has a remarkable property which suggests that a regime of time and wave number exists over which self-consistent transport modes are exponentially decaying. The characteristic time of this regime is shorter than the characteristic time of classical hydrodynamics: it is defined by the limit k β†’ 0, t β†’ ∞ and k2√In(1/k)t finite.

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