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Master student in condensed matter physics.


Jan
12
comment Magnetic field exclusion and retention in superconductors
You are absolutely right! I just got what you mean. Thank you very much! ^^
Jan
12
comment Magnetic field exclusion and retention in superconductors
Yes, I see why it gets trapped, but my question is why doesn't the exact same thing happen when the magnetic field is applied after the phase transition from normal to superconductor qnd then turned off?
Jan
27
comment Factors of $c$ in the Hamiltonian for a charged particle in electromagnetic field
Thank you very much!
Jan
27
comment Factors of $c$ in the Hamiltonian for a charged particle in electromagnetic field
Thank you for the answer! I thought about it at first, but it still gave me some problems (this is just a part of an excercise and I had more problems with the units later), so I don't think it's the natural units, and the book I took it from explicitly says it's in SI units. It seems to me that it's like Fabian says in another comment, the second expresion is in Gaussian units. However, thanks for your help!
Jan
27
comment Factors of $c$ in the Hamiltonian for a charged particle in electromagnetic field
Thank you for the answer! I thought about it at first, but it still gave me some problems (this is just a part of an excercise and I had more problems with the units later), so I don't think it's the natural units, and the book I took it from explicitly says it's in SI units. It seems to me that it's like Fabian says in another comment, the second expresion is in Gaussian units. However, thanks for your help!
Jan
27
comment Factors of $c$ in the Hamiltonian for a charged particle in electromagnetic field
Thank you! Now everything makes sense! I'll look for the details of how to pass from one system to another. Thanks!!!