Jack M Mochel
Professor Jack Mochel received his bachelor's degree in physics from Cornell University in 1961 and his PhD in physics from the University of Rochester in 1966. He joined the Department of Physics at the University of Illinois in 1966 and has enjoyed a distinguished research and teaching career.
He has supervised twenty-one Ph.D. students and has made major contributions to high-temperature superconductivity, superconductivity in amorphous metals, and third-sound resonance in thin He films. Most recently, Professor Mochel served the Department as Associate Head for Graduate Programs (1994-1999). He is a Fellow of the American Physical Society.
- Condensed matter experiment, low temperature physics, He thin films, high temperature superconductivity, electron microscopy, and physics of nanometer metal clusters.
Selected Articles in Journals
- R.R. Vanfleet and J.M. Mochel, "Thermodynamics of melting and freezing in small particles," Surface Science 341, 40-50 (1995).
- R.L. Neiman, J. Giapintzakis, D.M. Ginsberg, and J.M. Mochel, "Sign reversal of the Hall effect in YBa2(Cu1-xCox)3O7-d single crystals," J. Superconductivity 8, 383-389 (1995).
- J.M. Mochel and Ming-Teng Chen, "Superfluid helium on solid hydrogen," Physica B 197, 278-282 (1994).
- J.P. Rice, N. Rigakis, D.M. Ginsberg, and J.M. Mochel, "Sign reversal of the Hall effect below Tc in untwinned single-crystal YBa2Cu3O7-d," Phys. Rev. B 46 11050-11055 (1992).
- M-T. Chen, J.M. Roesler, and J.M. Mochel, "Extraordinary behavior of 4He on hydrogen and deuterium surfaces," J. Low Temp. Phys. 89, 125-134 (1992).