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The effect of zero-temperature attenuation, which has been recently observed in spin dynamics of Fermi liquids, on various processes in helium and ferromagnetic systems is described. A brief review of theoretical and experimental data on zero-temperature attenuation in transverse spin dynamics of helium systems is followed by a discussion of coupling between longitudinal and transverse processes, the Castaing instability in 3He and 3He−4He mixtures, and applications to pure ferromagneticmetals.
Meyerovich, A. E., Naish, J. H., Owers-Bradley, J. R., & Stepaniants, A. (1997). Zero-Temperature Relaxation in Spin-Polarized Fermi Systems Low Temp.Phys. 23(5), 411-419. doi: 10.1063/1.593471
Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.593471