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Boris V. Vasiliev Supercondustivity Superfluidity

Superconductivity and Superfluidity is natural frequency of the electronic shell of the atom (at L → ∞). The energy of zero-point oscillations is E = 1 2 (Ωs 0 + Ω a 0) (11.7) It is easy to see that the description of interactions between neutral atoms do not contain terms 1 L 3 , which are characteristics for the interaction of zero-point oscillations in the electron gas (Eq.(6.7)) and which are responsible for the occurrence of superconductivity. The terms that are proportional to 1 L 6 manifest themselves in interactions of neutral atoms. It is important to emphasize that the energies of interaction are different for different orientations of zero-point oscillations. So the interaction of zero-point oscillations oriented along the direction connecting the atoms leads to their attraction with energy: E z = − 1 2 Ω A 2 0 L 6 , (11.8) while the sum energy of the attraction of the oscillators of the perpendicular directions (x and y) is equal to one half of it: E x+y = − 1 4 Ω A 2 0 L 6 (11.9) (the minus sign is taken here because for this case the opposite direction of dipoles is energetically favorable). 11.3 The Estimation of Main Characteristic Parameters of Superfluid Helium 11.3.1 The Main Characteristic Parameters of the Zero-Point Oscillations of Atoms in Superfluid Helium-4 There is no repulsion in a gas of neutral bosons. Therefore, due to attraction between the atoms at temperatures below this gas collapses and a liquid forms. T boil = 2 3k E z (11.10) 110 Science Publishing Group

Chapter 11 Superfluidity as a Subsequence of Ordering of Zero-Point Oscillations At twice lower temperature T λ = 2 3k E x+y (11.11) all zero-point oscillations become ordered. It creates an additional attraction and forms a single quantum ensemble. A density of the boson condensate is limited by zero-point oscillations of its atoms. At condensation the distances between the atoms become approximately equal to amplitudes of zero-point oscillations. Coming from it, we can calculate the basic properties of an ensemble of atoms with ordered zero-point oscillations, and compare them with measurement properties of superfluid helium. We can assume that the radius of a helium atom is equal to the Bohr radius a B , as it follows from quantum-mechanical calculations. Therefore, the energy of electrons on the s-shell of this atom can be considered to be equal: Ω 0 = 4e2 a B (11.12) As the polarizability of atom is approximately equal to its volume [56] A ≃ a 3 B, (11.13) the potential energy of dispersive interaction (11.9), which causes the ordering zero-point oscillations in the ensemble of atoms, we can represent by the equation: where the density of helium atoms E x+y = − e2 a B a 6 Bn 2 , (11.14) n = 1 L 3 (11.15) The velocity of zero-point oscillations of helium atom. It is naturally to suppose that zero-point oscillations of atoms are harmonic and the equality of kinetic and potential energies are characteristic for them: M 4 ̂v 0 2 2 − e2 a B a 6 Bn 2 = 0, (11.16) Science Publishing Group 111

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