By Jean-Paul Pier
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EV curves for diﬀerent order parameter symmetries for current injection kz within a cone with maximum angle Θ = 18◦ . dV/dI has been normalized to the normal resistance RN , the energy scale has been normalized to ∆0 . 30 (c). (from ) 48 5 Probing the Energy Gap Fig. 8. Calculated dV/dI vs. eV curves under the same assumptions as in Fig. 7, but with line and belt nodes. 3 Point-Contact Spectroscopy 49 spectra normalized to the normal resistance RN for diﬀerent reﬂection coeﬃcients R are displayed in Fig.
The frequency shift is expected to be diﬀerent in the superconducting and in the normal regions, and consequently there is a spread in precession frequency. Therefore, the measured ﬁeld distribution is a convolution of the distribution due to the Knight shift and the ﬂux-line lattice . The line broadening due to the presence of the ﬂux-line lattice is traditionally assumed to be Gaussian. The muon depolarization rate then is given by σ ∝ 1/λ2 ∝ n s , where λ is the magnetic penetration depth and n s the superﬂuid density.