Monthly Archives: October 2014

Helium Without The Squealium

Divex, of Aberdeenshire, UK has been awarded a contract to supply the US Navy with their state-of-the-art helium speech unscrambling diver communications system the HeliCom Matrix. Divex, a subsidiary of James Fisher and Sons plc and a world leader in … Continue reading

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Geochemist Uses Helium and Lead Isotopes to Gain Insight into The Makeup of The Planet’s Deep Interior

A UC Santa Barbara geochemist studying Samoan volcanoes has found evidence of the planet’s early formation still trapped inside the Earth. Known as hotspots, volcanic island chains such as Samoa can ancient primordial signatures from the early solar system that … Continue reading

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First Helium Production in Canada since 1977

Quantum Technology Corporation and Quantum Helium Management Corporation are pleased to announce the start-up of their new helium purification plant in Canada this summer. Their plant has produced truckloads of helium that is ready to deliver. Quantum is looking for … Continue reading

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Theoretical Design of a Superluminal Helium–Neon Ring Laser via Coupled Passive Cavities

A helium–neon ring laser cavity is modified by employing variable coupled passive cavities to introduce anomalous dispersion. An equivalent model for the coupled cavities is proposed, and new equations are performed. Theoretical analysis of the parameters is presented in detail, … Continue reading

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Isolating Electrons on Superfluid Helium

Electrons floating on the surface of superfluid helium have been suggested as promising mobile spin quantum bits (qubits). Transferring electrons extremely efficiently in a narrow channel structure with underlying gates has been demonstrated, showing no transfer error while clocking 109 … Continue reading

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