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Chin. Phys. B  
  Chin. Phys. B--1994, Vol.3, No.2
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CLASSICAL AREAS OF PHENOMENOLOGY

SQUEEZING PROPERTIES OF q-DEFORMED OSCILLATOR

GUO GUANG-CAN, LIANG JIU-QING
Acta Phys. Sin. (Overseas Edition), 1994, 3 (2): 92-98 doi: 10.1088/1004-423X/3/2/002
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The q-coherent states are indeed minimum uncertainty states for corresponding q-deformed operators, The time evolution of q-coherent states are given by introducing the q-boson Hamiltoninn analogous to the one for normal bosons. It is shown that initially prepared q-coherent states are no longer the eigenstates of q-annihilation operator during time evolution and eventually become squeezing states. The squeezing properties are studied numerically.

QUANTUM NOISE THEORY FOR THE TWO-MODE RADIATION FIELDS IN THE NONLINEAR OPTICAL FIBER WITH GAIN

DENG Lü-BI, QIAN FENG, YANG MING-DE, YANG XIANG-LIN
Acta Phys. Sin. (Overseas Edition), 1994, 3 (2): 99-110 doi: 10.1088/1004-423X/3/2/003
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We have studied the squeezing of the two-mode radiation fields in a nonlinear optical fiber with gain, The coupling nonlinear Schr?dinger equations corresponding to the circularly polarized radiation fields with gain are derived by means of the method of path integrals. The minimized power spectra of the quantum noise of these fields are obtained with a first-order perturbation approximation in the frequency domain. Detailed numerical analyses of the results are performed and presented graphically, taking zero-dispersion, normal and anomalous dispersion into account.

INVESTIGATION ON 16 W ULTRAHIGH FREQUENCY CW MODE-LOCKED Nd: YAG LASER

BAI JIN-TAO
Acta Phys. Sin. (Overseas Edition), 1994, 3 (2): 111-115 doi: 10.1088/1004-423X/3/2/004
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The cavity configurations designing and the experimental results of a 200MHz CW actively mode-locked Nd:YAG laser are reported. Arid 26W CW output and 16W CW mode-locked output power were obtained at a single lamp pumped power of 3.5kW, with pulse duration 100 ps.
ATOMIC AND MOLECULAR PHYSICS

Z1- AND Z2-OSCILLATIONS OF ELECTRONIC STOPPING CROSS SECTIONS OBTAINED BY SHELL-WISE CALCULATION AND HARMONIC-OSCILLATOR MODEL

XIA YUE-YUAN, TAN CHUN-YU, YANG HONG, SUN XIU-FANG
Acta Phys. Sin. (Overseas Edition), 1994, 3 (2): 81-91 doi: 10.1088/1004-423X/3/2/001
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A shell-wise calculation method and a quantal harmonic-oscillator model have been used to calculate the electronic stopping cross sections for heavy ions colliding with atoms or penetrating matter. The electronic energy loss is given in an impact parameter formalism. In order to generalize the theoretical models, which pertain to the cese of point charge interacting with matter, to the case for heavy ions, an effective stopping charge hased on the modified BK theory is used by way of simple scaling in the calculations. The comparisons between the calculated results and the experimental data demonstrate a favourable evidence to justify the theoretical models.
CONDENSED MATTER: STRUCTURAL, MECHANICAL, AND THERMAL PROPERTIES

RADIATION-INDUCED DAMAGE IN GaP BY MeV HELIUM IONS

LI XIANG-YANG, CHENG HUAN-SHENG, YANG FU-JIA
Acta Phys. Sin. (Overseas Edition), 1994, 3 (2): 116-123 doi: 10.1088/1004-423X/3/2/005
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The creation of defects in GaP bombarded with MeV 4He ions has been studied under ultra-high-vacuum condition by Rutherford backscattering/channeling (RBS/C) method, and the absolute damage cross section σd for GaP has been determined under bombardment of 1.0 MeV 4He ions, with the measured value 8.0xl0-18 cm2. Our experimental results suggest that the defect generation rate is strongly related to the surface condition. When the GaP covered with a thin amorphous layer, a significant ion beam annealing effect will be observed. The present results show that for GaP the damage is produced mainly by nuclear collision.
CONDENSED MATTER: ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE, ELECTRICAL, MAGNETIC, AND OPTICAL PROPERTIES

FLUX CREEP, FLUX PINNING AND CRITICAL CURRENT DENSITY OF Y-, Gd-, AND Tl-BASED SUPERCONDUCTIVE THIN FILMS

SHI ZHI-XIANG, JI HE-LIN, ZHANG YI-TONG, JIN XIN, XU XIAO-NONG, DING SHI-YING, YAO XI-XIAN, WANG CHANG-AN, WANG RUI-LAN, LI HONG-CHENG, ZHANG HUI, SUN ZHI-JIAN, YANG SEN-ZU
Acta Phys. Sin. (Overseas Edition), 1994, 3 (2): 124-130 doi: 10.1088/1004-423X/3/2/006
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Magnetic hysteresis loops have been measured for YBa2Cu3O6+x, GdBa2Cu3O6+x and Tl2Ba2Ca2Cu3O10-y films at different temperatures with a vibrating sample magnetometer. Based on Bean model, magnetic critical current density Jcm has been derived approximately. The field and temperature dependence of Jcm for all samples can be written as: Jcm= Jc0(T)×f(B,T), Where f(B,T) = 1 - Aln(B/B0(T)), which is similar to the transport critical density strongly affected by flux creep: Jct = Jc0(B,t)(1 - (kBT/U0)ln(BΩd/Ec)). The extraordinary similarity suggests that Jcm is determined not only by flux pinning but also by flux creep. In the first formula, f(B,T) may be correlated with the effect of flux creep on Jcm, and Jc0(T) is determined by flux pinning. Jc0(T) is independent of magnetic field and is proportional to (Tc - T). Similar results have also been found for other samples. It may be the common characteristic of high-Tc superconductors. Magnetic relaxation of YBa2Cu3O6+x and GdBa2Cu3O6+x films has been measured at LN2 temperature. Using the equation of Hagen et al., effective activation energy U0 has been deduced, which is about 0.3eV, one order bigger than the value obtained by A = kBT/U0. U0 is almost independent of the field in the field range selected.

ANISOTROPIC SPECTRAL HOLES IN ORANGIC PHB MAERIALS

LUO XIAO, ZHAO YOU-YUAN, CHEN LING-BIN, LI JIAN-ZHAO, WANG GUO-YI, LI FU-MING
Acta Phys. Sin. (Overseas Edition), 1994, 3 (2): 131-140 doi: 10.1088/1004-423X/3/2/007
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More than 300% anisotropic persistent spectral holes were written in and read out in some materials such as THP/PMMA and TMP/PMMA with high signal-to-noise ratio by CW linearly polarized light. The effect of probe angle and modulation field on the hole depth and hole shape were also interpreted by using polarisation spectra hole burning theroy.

BRILLOUIN LIGHT-SCATTERING INVESTIGATION OF ELASTIC ANOMALY FROM SUPERLATTICES

XIA HUA, ZHANG WEI, HU AN, JIANG SHU-SHENG, ZHANG XING-KUI
Acta Phys. Sin. (Overseas Edition), 1994, 3 (2): 141-149 doi: 10.1088/1004-423X/3/2/008
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In this paper we report some new experimental results concerning the elastic properties of periodic and quasiperiodic superlattices studied by means of Brillouin spectroscopy. The observation of both bulk and surface acoustic phonons as well as the fitting using effective medium approximation on the phonon spectrum enables us to extract accurately some rele-vant effective elastic constants in both structures. We have verified that the elastic anomaly which occurs in the periodic structures is also present in quasiperiodic ones. These results imply that the interaction mechanism of Fermi electrons with reduced Brillouin zone bound-ary is not responsible for the observed elastic anomalies, The comparative study of these superlattices proves that the elastic anomaly is relevant directly to interfacial effects.
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