Studies of charging mechanisms in impurity-helium condensates by means of impedance spectroscopy and current spectroscopy
A.A. Pelmenev1,2, I.B. Bykhalo1, I.N. Krushinskaya1, and R.E. Boltnev1,3
1Branch of Talroze Institute for Energy Problems of Chemical Physics RAS, Chernogolovka 142432, Russia
2L.D. Landau Institute of Theoretical Physics RAS, Chernogolovka 142432, Russia
3Joint Institute for High Temperatures RAS, Moscow 125412, Russia
Received October 24, 2018
A new simple experimental technique has been elaborated to test applicability of impedance spectroscopy for studying processes during destruction of impurity-helium condensates. Combination of methods of optical spectroscopy, impedance spectroscopy and current spectroscopy to study the destruction processes of impurity-helium condensates has been applied for the first time. Experimental data have demonstrated a rather good sensitivity of the technique and proved formation of charged clusters during a destruction stage of impurity-helium condensates.
Key words: nanoclusters, impurity-helium condensates, impedance spectroscopy, superfluid helium, stabilization of ions and radicals.