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According to Wikipedia, Sir Anthony James Leggett is a British-American theoretical physicist and professor emeritus at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Leggett is widely recognised as a world leader in the theory of low-temperature physics, and his pioneering work on superfluidity was recognised by the 2003 Nobel Prize in Physics. He has shaped the theoretical understanding of normal and superfluid helium liquids and strongly coupled superfluids. He set directions for research in the quantum physics of macroscopic dissipative systems and use of condensed systems to test the foundations of quantum mechanics. In a 2021 interview given to Federal University of Pará in Brazil, Leggett talks about his early life in London, his path to become a theoretical physicist and also his scientific works and collaborations.

- Dynamics of the dissipative two-state system (3164)
- Quantum tunnelling in a dissipative system (2159)
- Influence of Dissipation on Quantum Tunneling in Macroscopic Systems (1412)
- Bose-Einstein condensation in the alkali gases: Some fundamental concepts (1352)
- A theoretical description of the new phases of liquid He-3 (1207)
- Path integral approach to quantum Brownian motion (1175)
- TOPICAL REVIEW: Testing the limits of quantum mechanics: motivation, state of play, prospects (533)
- Macroscopic Quantum Systems and the Quantum Theory of Measurement (Progress in Statistical and Solid State Physics--In Commemoration of the Sixtieth Birthday of Ryogo Kubo) -- (Statistical Physics) (457)
- A Different Universe: Reinventing Physics from the Bottom Down (390)
- CAN A SOLID BE SUPERFLUID. (374)
- Nonlocal Hidden-Variable Theories and Quantum Mechanics: An Incompatibility Theorem (260)
- Number-Phase Fluctuations in Two-Band Superconductors (256)
- Exotic Properties of Superfluid 3He (228)
- Diatomic molecules and cooper pairs (226)
- Dynamics of the two-state system with ohmic dissipation (207)
- Quantum tunneling in the presence of an arbitrary linear dissipation mechanism (179)
- Nobel Prize for Physics (174)
- Realism and the physical world (155)
- Josephson effect between trapped Bose-Einstein condensates (153)
- COOPER PAIRING IN SPIN-POLARIZED FERMI SYSTEMS (152)
- Quantum Liquids: Bose Condensation and Cooper Pairing in Condensed-Matter Systems (148)
- Theory of a superfluid Fermi liquid. I. General formalism and static properties (146)
- What DO we know about high Tc? (140)
- On the concept of spontaneously broken gauge symmetry in condensed matter physics (137)
- Soviet physics (122)
- Physical Properties of high temperature superconductors V (118)
- The spin dynamics of an anisotropic fermi supefluid (3He (113)
- The spin dynamics of an anisotropic fermi supefluid (3He (113)
- The spin dynamics of an anisotropic fermi supefluid (3He (113)
- The Quantum Measurement Problem (105)
- Universal properties of the ultracold Fermi gas (104)
- Interpretation of Recent Results on He 3 below 3 mK: A New Liquid Phase? (98)
- Spin diffusion and spin echoes in liquid 3He at low temperature (97)
- Atomic hydrogen in an inhomogeneous magnetic field: Density profile and Bose-Einstein condensation (94)
- Quantum computing and quantum bits in mesoscopic systems (91)
- Macroscopic Quantum Tunneling of a Bose-Einstein Condensate with Attractive Interaction (89)
- A strict experimental test of macroscopic realism in a superconducting flux qubit (85)
- Erratum: Dynamics of the dissipative two-state system (Reviews of Modern Physics (1995) 67, 3, (725-726)) (83)
- Spin Echoes in Liquid He 3 and mixtures: A Predicted New Effect. (82)
- Schrödinger's cat and her laboratory cousins (80)
- Quantum Liquids (76)
- Speakable and Unspeakable in Quantum Mechanics: Collected Papers on Quantum Philosophy (75)
- Orientational dynamics of superfluid 3He: A “two-fluid” model. I. Spin dynamics with relaxation (75)
- Nonlocal effects on the magnetic penetration depth in d-wave superconductors (70)
- Superfluidity (70)
- On the Superfluid Fraction of an Arbitrary Many-Body System at T=0 (63)
- Cuprate superconductivity: Dependence of Tc on the c-axis layering structure (60)
- Inequalities, instabilities, and renormalization in metals and other fermi liquids☆ (60)
- THEORY OF A SUPERFLUID FERMI LIQUID. II. COLLECTIVE OSCILLATIONS (57)
- The Josephson plasmon as a Bogoliubov quasiparticle (55)
- On the anomalous CMN-He3 3 thermal boundary resistance (53)
- Experimental Constraints on the Pairing State of the Cuprate Superconductors: an Emerging Consensus (48)
- Amorphous materials at low temperatures: why are they so similar? (44)
- "Tunneling two-level systems" model of the low-temperature properties of glasses: are "smoking-gun" tests possible? (42)
- Experimental approaches to the quantum measurement paradox (42)
- Free energy of an inhomogeneous superconductor: A wave-function approach (42)
- Quantum Mechanics at the Macroscopic Level (42)
- The return of a hysteretic Josephson junction to the zero‐voltage state: I‐V characteristic and quantum retrapping (39)
- Microscopic theory of NMR in an anisotropic superfluid (He3A) (39)
- NMR in A - He 3 and B - He 3 : The Intrinsic Relaxation Mechanism (38)
- Probing Quantum Mechanics Towards the Everyday World: Where do we Stand? (37)
- Comment on “phase and phase diffusion of a split Bose-Einstein condensate” (35)
- The Problems of Physics (33)
- Superconducting Qubits--a Major Roadblock Dissolved? (33)
- Spin polarization of half-quantum vortex in systems with equal spin pairing. (32)
- Whose knowledge? (32)
- Interlayer c-axis transport in the normal state of cuprates (32)
- Can solid-state effects enhance the cold-fusion rate? (31)
- CORRIGENDUM: NMR lineshifts and spontaneously broken spin-orbit symmetry. I. General concepts (31)
- Nucleation of (He-3)-B from the A phase - A cosmic-ray effect? (30)
- Quantum tunnelling in condensed media (28)
- Absence of spontaneous magnetic order of lattice spins coupled to itinerant interacting electrons in one and two dimensions. (28)
- Constraints on the pairing state of the cuprate superconductors (28)
- Orientational dynamics of superfluid 3He: A “two-fluid” model. II. Orbital dynamics (27)
- Nobel Lecture: Superfluid He-3: the early days as seen by a theorist (26)
- A "midinfrared" scenario for cuprate superconductivity. (26)
- Superfluid 3He A is a liquid ferromagnet (25)
- Phase dynamics after connection of two separate Bose-Einstein condensates (25)
- Quench dynamics of a superfluid Fermi gas (24)
- PROSPECTS IN ULTRALOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS (24)
- Comment on "Probabilities for quantum tunneling through a barrier with linear passive dissipation" (24)
- Interlayer Tunneling Models of Cuprate Superconductivity: Implications of a Recent Experiment (24)
- Finite linewidths and "forbidden" three-phonon interactions (24)
- Bose–Einstein Condensation: Broken Gauge Symmetry in a Bose Condensate (22)
- Bose-Einstein condensation of spin-1/2 atoms with conserved total spin (22)
- WHERE is the energy saved in cuprate superconductivity (22)
- Universal sound absorption in amorphous solids: A theory of elastically coupled generic blocks (21)
- The BEC-BCS Crossover: Some History and Some General Observations (20)
- Spin Susceptibility of a Superfluid Fermi Liquid (19)
- Dynamics of the /sup 3/He A-italic-B-italic phase boundary (18)
- Quasiparticle ballistics, textural Andreev reflection and low-temperature transport in 3He-A (18)
- Phase coherence in YBCO-Pb SQUIDs: Direct experimental determination of the symmetry of the pairing state in high temperature superconductors (18)
- Superfluidity in a Crystal? (18)
- Dephasing and Non-Dephasing Collisions in Nanostructures (17)
- Orbital dynamics of /sup 3/He-A (17)
- Ground-state properties of a rotating bose-einstein condensate with attractive interaction (16)
- On the nature of research in condensed-state physics (16)
- Quantum Mechanics and Realism at the Macroscopic Level (16)
- Sum-rule analysis of radio-frequency spectroscopy of ultracold Fermi gas (15)
- Lecture 5 : Graphene : Electronic band structure and Dirac fermions (15)
- Some properties of a spin-1 fermi superfluid: Application to spin-polarized6Li (15)
- The 3He A-B interface (14)
- Erratum: A theoretical description of the new phases of liquid He3 (Reviews of Modern Physics) (14)
- How far do EPR-Bell experiments constrain physical collapse theories? (14)
- Macroscopic Quantum Tunnelling and Related Matters (13)
- Macroscopic parity nonconservation due to neutral currents (13)
- Phase-sensitive tests of the symmetry of the pairing state in the high temperature superconductors --- evidence for dx2-y2 symmetry in YBCO (13)
- Temperature-dependent ellipsometry measurements of partial Coulomb energy in superconducting cuprates (13)
- Measurement theory and interference of spinor Bose-Einstein condensates (13)
- Symmetry Properties of Superconducting Order Parameter in Sr2RuO4 (12)
- Macroscopic Quantum Tunnelling and Related Effects in Josephson Systems (12)
- Sum rule analysis of umklapp processes and Coulomb energy: Application to cuprate superconductivity (11)
- Erratum: Bose-Einstein condensation in the alkali gases: Some fundamental concepts [Rev. Mod. Phys. 73, 307 (2001)] (11)
- Condensation energy and high-T-c superconductivity (11)
- Topics in superfluidity and superconductivity (10)
- The Significance of the MQC Experiment (10)
- The relation between the Gross–Pitaevskii and Bogoliubov descriptions of a dilute Bose gas (10)
- Erratum: Spin echoes in liquid He3 and mixtures: A predicted new effect (Physical Review Letters (1968) 21, 7) (10)
- Ringing-down of the ''wall-pinned'' mode in $sup 3$He--B as a test of theories of spin relaxation (9)
- Some Properties of a Spin-1 Fermi Superfluid: Application to Spin-Polarized 6Li (9)
- QUANTUM THEORY : WEIRD AND WONDERFUL (9)
- Notes on the Writing of Scientific English for Japanese Physicists (9)
- High-Energy Low-Temperature Physics: Production of Phase Transitions and Topological Defects by Energetic Particles in Superfluid 3He (8)
- Is “relative quantum phase” transitive? (8)
- Macroscopic Effect of P- and T-Nonconserving Interactions in Ferroelectrics: A Possible Experiment? (8)
- Tunnel Splitting in Asymmetric Double Well Potentials: An Improved WKB Calculation (8)
- Delayed-Choice Experiments (8)
- The Superposition Principle in Macroscopic Systems (8)
- Superconductivity Compatibility (8)
- New life for Schrödinger's cat (8)
- Einstein’s Opponents: The Public Controversy about the Theory of Relativity in the 1920s (7)
- Erratum: Tensor magnetothermal resistance in YBa2Cu3O7-x via andreev scattering of quasiparticles (Physical Review Letters (1995) 75, 16, (3028)) (7)
- Bose–Einstein CondensationBose–Einstein Condensation , Lev Pitaevskii and Sandro Stringari Oxford U. Press, New York, 2003. $119.50 (382 pp.). ISBN 0-19-850719-4 (7)
- Chapter 1 - Quantum Tunnelling of a Macroscopic Variable (7)
- Quantum Mechanics: Foundations (7)
- Erratum: Interpretation of recent results on He3 below 3 mK: A new liquid phase? (Physical Review Letters (1973) 30, 9, (411)) (7)
- Nobel Lecture : Superfluid 3 He : the early days as seen by a theorist * (7)
- Towards a Particle-Number Conserving Theory of Majorana Zero Modes in p+ip Superfluids (7)
- Resonant Confinement of an Excitonic Polariton and Ultraefficient Light Harvest in Artificial Photosynthesis. (6)
- Electron--phonon interactions in the transition metals (6)
- Superfluidity of 3He and heavy fermions (6)
- Majorana fermions in condensed-matter physics (6)
- BEC: The alkali gases from the perspective of research on liquid helium (6)
- The Ubiquity of Superconductivity (6)
- Some Thoughts About Two Dimensionality and Cuprate Superconductivity (6)
- Chapter 3 Nucleation of the ab transition in superfluid 3he: Experimental and theoretical considerations (6)
- Probing Quantum Mechanics towards the Everyday World : How Far Have We Come?(YUKAWA-TOMONAGA CENTENNIAL SYMPOSIUM Progress in Modern Physics) (6)
- Superposition and Interaction (5)
- Note on the "size" of Schroedinger cats (5)
- Josephson experiments on the high-temperature superconductors (5)
- Effect of Particle Number Conservation on the Berry Phase Resulting from Transport of a Bound Quasiparticle around a Superfluid Vortex (5)
- The Current Status of Quantum Mechanics at the oscopic Level (5)
- Superconducting thoughts meet sceptical resistance (5)
- Some Recent Applications of Instanton and Related Techniques in Condensed-Matter Physics (5)
- Time's Arrows Today: Time's arrow and the quantum measurement problem (5)
- Erratum: Inertial mass of a moving singularity in a fermi superfluid (Physical Review Letters (1992) 69, 7) (5)
- Macroscopic Quantum Effects in Magnetic Systems: An Overview (4)
- On the Minimum Entropy of a Large System at Low Temperatures (4)
- Implications of the 3He Phase Diagram below 3mK (4)
- Comment on "bell's theorem: Does the clauser-horne inequality hold for all local theories?" (4)
- Topics in the Theory of the Ultracold Dilute Alkali Gases (4)
- Science diplomacy in Iran (4)
- An upper bound on the condensate fraction in a Bose gas with weak repulsion (4)
- Superfluids and superconductors (4)
- Probing Quantum Mechanics Towards the Everyday World:. Where do we Stand? (4)
- D-wave superconductivity: the lifetime problem (4)
- Some Thought-Experiments Involving Macrosystems as Illustrations of Various Interpretations of Quantum Mechanics (4)
- Topics in the theory of helium (4)
- The unique liquid, 3He: Eleventh Fritz London Memorial Award Lecture (3)
- Physics. Superconducting qubits--a major roadblock dissolved? (3)
- Ueda and Leggett reply (3)
- The Physical Basis ofH3eA−BNucleation (3)
- Comment on “Possible experience: From Boole to Bell” by Hess K. et al. (3)
- Liquid–solid helium interface: some conceptual questions (3)
- Superfluid 3He: The early days as seen by a theorist (3)
- Persistence of Zero Sound in the Possible Superfluid Phase of He3 (3)
- Quantum Mechanics of Complex Systems, II (3)
- Reflections on the past, present and future of condensed matter physics (2)
- An amusing analogy: modelling quantum-type behaviours with wormhole-based time travel (2)
- NMR in an Anisotropic Superfluid (3He) (2)
- How can we use low-temperature systems to shed light on questions of more general interest? (2)
- Macroscopic Quantum Tunnelling and all that (2)
- Neutron interferometry: lessons in experimental quantum mechanics, wave-particle duality, and entanglement (2nd edition), by Helmut Rauch and Samuel A. Werner (2)
- Bose-condensed alkali gases as testbeds for fundamental quantum mechanics (2)
- Liquid (3)He: a strongly correlated but well understood Fermi liquid. (2)
- The Effect of Dissipation on Tunnelling (2)
- THEORY OF SUPERFLUIDITY IN LIQUID 3He (2)
- Mass and spin diffusion near the λ line in dilute3He-4He mixtures (2)
- THE PHYSICAL BASIS OF 3HE A-B NUCLEATION. AUTHORS' REPLY (2)
- Nuclear magnetic resonance in ultra-small samples of superfluid 3He (2)
- New phases of liquid 3He (2)
- Is Quantum Mechanics the Whole Truth (2)
- COMMENT ON : MACROSCOPIC QUANTUM TUNNELING OF A BOSE-EINSTEIN CONDENSATE WITH ATTRACTIVE INTERACTION. AUTHORS' REPLY (2)
- Nonlocal Electromagnetic Penetration Depth in d-wave Superconductors (2)
- Erratum: NMR lineshifts and spontaneously broken spin-orbit symmetry. I. General concepts(J. Phys. C: Solid St. Phys.(1973) 6, 6 (3187-204)) (2)
- BEC: Its definition, origin, occurrence, and consequences (2)
- Bose–Einstein Condensation in a Harmonic Trap: Effect of Interactions on Tc (1)
- Velocity of propagation of the 3He A → B transition (1)
- SUPERFLUID 3He : THE EARLY DAYS AS SEEN (1)
- Bose-Einstein Condensation (1)
- AS A MARTIAN MIGHT SEE US : SUBVERSIVE REFLECTIONS ON THE PRACTICE OF PHYSICS (1)
- What is computation? (how) does nature compute? (1)
- Superfluid 3He and the Cuprate Superconductors (1)
- Macroscopic quantum tunneling: An overview of the background (invited) (abstract) (1)
- Some Aspects of C-Axis Coupling and Transport in the Copper Oxide Superconductors (1)
- Nobel Prize of 2003 awarded for “Pioneering contributions to the theory of superconductors and superfluids” (1)
- Quantum Computing. A Short Course from Theory to Experiment. By Joachim Stolze and Dieter Suter. (1)
- Effect of Particle Number Conservation on Berry Phase of Transporting a Bound Quasiparticle around a Superfluid Vortex (1)
- Superfluid 3He—the Early Days (1)
- Matchmaking Between Condensed Matter and Quantum Foundations, and Other Stories: My Six Decades in Physics (1)
- Notes on the Writing of Scientific English for Japanese Physicists (1)
- Nuclear Magnetism: Order and Disorder (1)
- Physics. Superfluidity in a crystal? (1)
- The Physics of Solar Cells, by Jenny Nelson (1)
- The escape physics of single shot measurement of flux qubit with dcSQUID (1)
- Aspect Experiment (1)
- The Bogoliubov–de Gennes and Andreev Equations: Andreev Reflection (1)
- Metallurgy: ‘Heavy’ electrons in metals (1)
- Zeroing in on the cold (1)
- No bridge across the quantum rift (1)
- The Anthropic Principle (0)
- A Generic Microscopic Theory for the Universality of TTLS Model Meissner-Berret Ratio in Low-Temperature Glasses (0)
- Revolutions in Twentieth-Century Physics, by David J. Griffiths (0)
- The universe: its structure and evolution (0)
- Methods of Statistical Physics (0)
- Superconducting state II : Spectroscopic probes . Preliminary overview of the experimental situation 1 (0)
- NMR in A-$sup 3$He and B-$sup 3$He: the intrinsic relaxation mechanism (0)
- Physics on a human scale (0)
- Universal properties of ultracold Fermi gases (0)
- Random Nonlinear Infinite-Level-System Model for Amorphous Solid Phonon Echo and Saturation Phenomena (0)
- Title Universal properties of the ultracold Fermi gas (0)
- The new phases of 3He (0)
- Reflections and Reminiscences on a (Half-) Century of Superconductivity(Celebrating the Centenary of Superconductivity) (0)
- The phase diagram : the ‘ pseudogap ’ regime (0)
- New phases of liquid $sup 3$He (0)
- Microscopic Properties of BCS Superconductors ( cont . ) (0)
- PHILIPPE NOZIÈRES: FEENBERG MEDALIST 2001: MICROSCOPIC AND PHENOMENOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF THE THEORY OF QUANTUM MANY-BODY SYSTEMS PHILIPPE NOZIÈRES REPLIES (0)
- Quasiparticle ballistics in /sup 3/He-A (0)
- Andreev bound states. Some quasiclassical reflections (0)
- Some reflections on the ``crossover'' problem (0)
- A Generic Microscopic Theory for the Universality of TTLS Meissner-Berret Ratio of Amorphous Solid (0)
- As of today, 30 Nobel Laureates have endorsed the attached January 19, 2016, H.R. Network's Statement to the Government of Turkey regarding the plight of hundreds of Turkish academic colleagues. (0)
- Microscopic Origins of the Hess-Fairbank Effect and its Consistency with the Second Law of Thermodynamics (0)
- When is a Quantum-Mechanical System “Isolated”? (0)
- ‘Elementary particle symmetries’ (1965) by T.W.B. Kibble (0)
- FINITE LINEWIDTHS AND $sub 4$FORBIDDEN$sub 4$ THREE-PHONON INTERACTIONS (0)
- Lecture 2: Open quantum systems (0)
- SPIN ECHOES IN VERY DEGENERATE FERMI SYSTEMS (0)
- Superconducting alloys : electromagnetic response of clean and dirty superconductors (0)
- The Normal and Superfluid States of Liquid 3He (0)
- Quantum mechanics and macroscopic realism (0)
- Normal-state Properties : Optimal Doping : ( + overdoped regime ) (0)
- Skeletons in the cupboard (0)
- The Spin Diffusion Coefficient of Superfluid $^{3}$He in the A$_{1}$- phase (0)
- Experimental Constraints onthe Pairing State of the CuprateSuperconductors : an Emerging (0)
- The Bose alkali gases (0)
- MACROSCOPIC QUANTUM TUNNELLING AND COHERENCE: THEIR SIGNIFICANCE FOR THE FOUNDATIONS OF PHYSICS (0)
- Low Temperature Properties of Spin Waves in Superfluid He^3-B (0)
- Superconductivity in a Terrestrial Liquid: What Would It Be Like? (0)
- Quantum Noise and Quantum Tunnelling in Macroscopic Systems (0)
- Bell's Theorem, Entanglement, Quantum Teleportation and All That (0)
- 2003 Nobel Prize in physics for theoretical work on superfluid 3He. (0)
- Schrödinger's cat and her laboratory cousins (0)
- Braiding Majorana fermions in p+ip superfluids with particle number conservation (0)
- Theoretical work on superconductivity up to 1956 (0)
- Scientific Summary of the Meeting (0)
- 1 General considerations concerning condensed matter (0)
- A From Abbe ’ s principle to Azbel ’ – Kaner cyclotron resonance (0)
- [Illinois] CNST 2012: Panel Discussion (0)
- Physics and Necessity: Rationalist Pursuits from the Cartesian Past to the Quantum Present (0)
- What do we know for sure about the cuprate superconductors ? 1 . Macroscopic EM properties (0)
- Foundations of Quantum Mechanics and Quantum Computation (0)
- Realism and the Physical World (0)
- Magnetic impurity and other ‘ pair-breaking ’ effects (0)
- Non-cuprate Exotics , II : Heavy-fermions , Ruthenates , Organics Heavy fermions (0)
- A ug 2 00 2 Condensation Energy and High T c Superconductivity (0)
- Quantum Condensates: An Overview (0)
- Generic Microscopic Theory for the Universality of Glass TTLS Meissner-Berret Ratio (0)
- Non-BCS Superconductivity: Diagnostics (0)
- Free Energy of a Superconductor and Gel'fand-Dikii Equations (0)
- INVITED PAPER: SUPERFLUIDITY OF 3He AND HEAVY FERMIONS (0)
- in the Transition Metals (0)
- Superfluid 3-He:understanding the experiments (0)
- Reflections and reminiscences on a (half-) century of superconductivity (特集 超伝導発見から100年を迎えて) (0)
- Breakdown of superfluidity in liquid helium (0)
- Josephson Devices as Tests of Quantum Mechanics Towards the Everyday Level (0)
- Some General Aspects of Quantum Tunneling and Coherence: Application to the Bec Atomic Gases (0)
- On the theory of He4 impurities in He3 (0)
- Is Quantum Mechanics the Whole Truth (0)
- Possibilities of a test of the temporal Bell inequalities using a flux qubit coupling to a dcSQUID (0)
- Some Reflections Concerning Geometrical Phases (0)
- The “Cold Fusion” Problem (0)
- Bose-Einstein condensation of spin-1/2 atoms with conserved total spin (7 pages) (0)
- Fritz London: A Scientific Biography (0)
- Interlayer Tunneling and Interlayer Coulomb Interactions in the Cuprates (0)
- Bell's Theorem (0)
- Is Quantum Mechanics the Whole Truth? (0)
- Non-cuprate exotics I: BKBO, MgB2, alkali fullerides (0)
- Recollections of the Matsubara-ken, 1965-6(La Toccata) (0)
- What are things made of (0)
- FERMI-LIQUID EFFECTS IN THE SUPERFLUID PHASE. (0)
- Visions of Discovery (0)
- Majorana Fermions in Condensed-Matter Physics (0)
- The quantum Hall effect : general considerations (0)
- Some Considerations Related to the Quantization of Charge in Mesoscopic Systems (0)
- NMR IN THE NEW PHASES OF **3HE: A UNIQUE SITUATION? (0)
- Philippe Nozières: Feenberg Medalist 2001. Microscopic and Phenomenological Foundations of the Theory of Quantum Many-Body Systems (0)
- Correction to: Symmetry Properties of Superconducting Order Parameter in Sr2RuO4 (0)
- Realization of a single-atom-like macroscopic system to test the foundations of quantum mechanics (0)
- Anomalous diffusion near the Fermi surface (0)
- Quasiparticle ballistics in 3He‐A* (0)
- Coherent atomic beams from Bose condensates (0)
- NMR in an anisotropic superfluid ($sup 3$He) (0)
- Observation of Superfluidity in a Dipolar Supersolid through Non-Classical Rotational Inertia (0)
- The fractional quantum Hall effect : Laughlin wave function (0)
- Quantum theory of measurement (0)
- The superfluid phases of liquid 3He: BCS theory (0)
- Book reviews (0)
- Absence of magnetic order in low-dimensional (RKKY) systems (0)
- A liquid ferromagnet (0)
- An interview with Sir Anthony Leggett (0)
- Low Temperature Phases of Helium (0)
- Super news (0)
- The Problems of Physics, Reconsidered (0)
- Quantum Effects in Biology: Foreword (0)
- Understanding (0)
- Charge Conservation in BDG Formalism and its Effect in Calculating Berry Phase of Transporting a Localized BDG Quasiparticle around a Vortex in Superfluids/Superconductors (0)
- The Very Large (0)
- A Glassy Digression (0)
- The Slings and Arrows of Time (0)
- Different Regimes (0)
- The Future of Physics (0)
- Schrödinger's cat among the neurons (0)
- The Very Complex (0)
- Sum rule analysis of Coulomb and electron-lattice energy (0)
- RESPONSE TO FEENBERG MEDAL PRESENTATION (0)
- The Mental Diet (0)
- Back to the Future (0)
- The Very Small (0)
- A weird world (0)

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