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eBook Superconductivity in Ternary Compounds I: Structural, Electronic, and Lattice Properties (Topics in Current Physics) ePub

by O. Fischer,M. B. Maple

  • ISBN: 0387116702
  • Category: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Author: O. Fischer,M. B. Maple
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Springer Verlag; 2 edition (September 1, 1982)
  • Pages: 814
  • ePub book: 1330 kb
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electronic and lattice properties of superconducting ternary com­ pounds are the subject of this Topics volume. Its companion volume (Topics in Cur­ rent Physics.

electronic and lattice properties of superconducting ternary com­ pounds are the subject of this Topics volume. Volume 34) deals primarily with the mutual interaction of supercon­ ductivity and magnetism in ternary compounds. These two volumes are the culmination of a project. both experimental and theoretical.

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Superconductivity In Ternary Compounds book. electronic and lattice properties of superconducting ternary com pounds are the subject of this Topics volume. started nearly two years ago. tha The structural.

All of these compounds exhibit superconductivity in the range . K – . K, which has not previously been reported for the compounds . M. B. Maple, O. Fischer ( Eds. ), Superconductivity in Ternary Compounds 2, Topics. in Current Physics, vol. 34, Springer, Berlin, 1982. K, which has not previously been reported for the compounds based on Ce, Pr, and Yb. The YbO0.

Superconductivity in Ternary Compounds I; Topics in Current Physics. The unconventional superconductivity in the newly discovered iron-based superconductors is intimately related to its al nature

Superconductivity in Ternary Compounds I; Topics in Current Physics. The unconventional superconductivity in the newly discovered iron-based superconductors is intimately related to its al nature. Here we report the comprehensive orbital characters of the low-energy three-dimensional electronic structure in BaFe1. 15As2 by studying the polarization and photon-energy dependence of angle-resolved photoemission data.

Superconductivity in Ternary Compounds II, Topics in Current Physics, Vol. 34, Maple, . and Fischer, . eds. (Springer; Berlin, Heidelberg, New York, 1982). JETP 12, 1243 (1961). Maple, M. and Johnston, D. J. Low Temp. and Matthias, B. Proc. Sci. USA 74, 1336 (1977). 7. Woolf, L. Johnston, D. MacKay, H. McCallum, R. W. and Maple, M.

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However, although superconductivity is not a property of particular atoms . This seems to corroborate with the observation of superconductivity in the KxMoO2-δ system.

However, although superconductivity is not a property of particular atoms, it does depend strongly on their arrangement. The conduction electrons themselves must be responsible for the superconducting behaviour.

Superconductivity is a startling departure from the properties of normal (. nonsuperconducting) conductors of electricity. In materials that are electric conductors, some of the electrons are not bound to individual atoms but are free to move through the material; their motion constitutes an electric current. The properties of these high-Tc compounds are different in some respects from those of the types of superconductors known prior to 1986, which will be referred to as classic superconductors in this discussion. For the most part, the high-Tc superconductors are treated explicitly toward the end of this section.