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Ternary superconductors

International Conference on Ternary Superconductors (1980 Lake Geneva, Wis.)

Ternary superconductors

proceedings of the International Conference on Ternary Superconductors held September 24-26, 1980, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, U.S.A.

by International Conference on Ternary Superconductors (1980 Lake Geneva, Wis.)

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Published by Elsevier North Holland in New York, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Superconductors, Ternary -- Congresses.,
  • Superconductors -- Magnetic properties -- Congresses.,
  • Borides -- Magnetic properties -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    Statementeditors, G.K. Shenoy, B.D. Dunlap, and F.Y. Fradin.
    ContributionsShenoy, G. K., Dunlap, B. D. 1938-, Fradin, F. Y.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC612.S8 I498 1980
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 322 p. :
    Number of Pages322
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4258520M
    ISBN 100444006265
    LC Control Number81004055

      In addition, superconductors exhibit the Meissner effect in which they cancel all magnetic flux inside the material, becoming perfectly diamagnetic (discovered in ). In this case, the magnetic field lines actually travel around the cooled superconductor. It is this property of superconductors which is frequently used in magnetic levitation experiments, such as the . Magnetic Order in Superconductors. The first examples of true long range magnetic order coexisting with superconductivity were provided by the ternary Chevrel-phase superconductors (RMo 6 S 8) and related (RRh 4 B 4) compounds. In these materials there is a separate, fully occupied lanthanide sublattice.

    The possibility of obtaining new superconductors among complex ternary and quarternary transition metal phases with the β-Mn, E93, E21 and Cr2AlC structure types is . In type-I superconductors, superconductivity is abruptly destroyed via a first order phase transition when the strength of the applied field rises above a critical value H c. This type of superconductivity is normally exhibited by pure metals, e.g. aluminium, lead, and mercury.

    Low-temperature superconductivity is treated at an introductory level. The topics include Meissner-Ochsenfeld effect and London equations, thermody-namic properties of the superconducting state, type I and II superconductors, flux quantisation, superconductors in microwave fields and superconducting quantum interference Size: KB.   The Superconductor of the Future May Be This Self-Assembling Plastic New research from Cornell University brings the worlds of soft-materials science with futuristic physics. By .


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Ternary superconductors by International Conference on Ternary Superconductors (1980 Lake Geneva, Wis.) Download PDF EPUB FB2

The interest in ternary superconductors 3 received further impetus when several of the ternary molybdenum sulfides were found to have exceptionally high upper critical magnetic fields. some of them in the neighborhood of 50 Tesla or more. An immense amount of research on ternary molybdenum chalcogenides then followed.

Superconductivity in Ternary Compounds I: Structural, Electronic, and Ternary superconductors book Properties (Topics in Current Physics) [Øystein Fischer] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The structural. electronic and lattice properties of superconducting ternary com­ pounds are the subject of this Topics volume. Its companion volume (Topics in Cur­ rent Physics.

A review is given Ternary superconductors book current neutron scattering studies of rare-earth(R) ternary superconductors: RMo 6 X 8 (X = S or Se) and ErRh 4 B 4.

Most of these compounds develop antiferromagnetic long-range order with coexists microscopically with superconductivity. Get this from a library. Ternary superconductors: proceedings of the International Conference on Ternary Superconductors held September, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, U.S.A.

[G K Shenoy; B D Dunlap; F Y Fradin;]. Superconductivity, Magnetism and Their Mutual Interaction in Ternary Rare Earth Rhodium Borides and Some Ternary Rare Earth Transition Metal Stannides M. Maple, H. Hamaker, L. Woolf Pages The knowledge of Γ is hence crucial in ternary superconductors in order to understand how superconductivity can exist in the presence of a large concentration of magnetic atoms in the lattice (Fischer, ).

Within the framework of the Abrikosov-Gor'kov theory () of pair-breaking, Γ can be deduced from a variety of by: Superconductivity, Magnetism and Their Mutual Interaction in Ternary Rare Earth Rhodium Borides and Some Ternary Rare Earth Transition Metal Stannides Pages Maple, M.

Get this from a library. Superconductivity in Ternary Compounds I: Structural, Electronic, and Lattice Properties. [Øystein Fischer; M Brian Maple] -- The structural. electronic and lattice properties of superconducting ternary com pounds are the subject of this Topics volume.

Its companion volume (Topics in Cur rent Physics. Volume 34) deals. This book then explores several topics, including superconductors, phonon effects, electronic structure, A systematics, as well as disorder and transport. Other chapters discuss the interrelationships between superconductivity and magnetism.

This text discusses as well the magnetic field dependent effects in the rare-earth ternary : Harry Suhl. The book includes 17 chapters written by noted scientists and young researchers and dealing with various aspects of superconductivity, both theoretical and experimental.

Topics covered includes: Field-Induced Superconductors, X-Ray Spectroscopy Studies of Iron Chalcogenides, Defect Structure Versus Superconductivity in MeB2 Compounds and One. Superconductors is neither about basic aspects of superconductivity nor about its applications, but its mainstay is superconducting materials.

Unusual and unconventional features of a large variety of novel superconductors are presented and their technological potential as practical superconductors assessed. The book begins with an introduction to basic aspects of. John Schieffer's book was written for solid state physicists with more than just a casual interest in superconductivity.

The discussion of Cooper pairs, the foundation for BCS theory, though not difficult to read, is easier to understand after going through Gordon Baym's discussion of this topic in Lectures On Quantum Mechanics (Lecture Notes and Supplements in Physics)/5(6).

12 1 Fundamental Properties of Superconductors. For an estimate we assume that we are dealing with a ring of 5cm diameter made from a wire with a thickness of 1mm. The self-induction coefficient Lof such a ring is about V 10–7 H. If the permanent current in such a ring decreases by less than.

@article{osti_, title = {Ferromagnetic superconductors: A vortex phase in ternary rare-earth compounds}, author = {Kuper, C G and Revzen, M and Ron, A}, abstractNote = {It is shown that the generalized Ginzburg-Landau free-energy functional of Blount and Varma admits self-consistent solutions with quantized-flux vortices, magnetized in a region about the cores.

from book Superconductivity in Ternary Compounds II (pp) Neutron Scattering Studies of Magnetic Ordering in Ternary Superconductors Article January with 15 Reads. The features of a large variety of novel superconductors are presented and their technological potential is assessed.

Both conventional and unconventional, low-temperature and high-temperature, superconductors are discussed, including, for example, the HTS cuprates and the superconducting pnictides.

In all, the book comprises 21 chapters. Superconductivity is the set of physical properties observed in certain materials, wherein electrical resistance vanishes and from which magnetic flux fields are expelled. Any material exhibiting these properties is a an ordinary metallic conductor, whose resistance decreases gradually as its temperature is lowered even down to near absolute zero, a.

The chapter focuses on ternary borides, stannides, chalcogenides, and quaternary borocarbides, which have had a key role in promoting exciting research on coexistence of superconductivity and magnetism.

For these important types of low-temperature superconductors, the interplay of superconductivity with different kinds of magnetic order is discussed in terms of the. Abstract. This book discusses the most important aspects of the theory.

The phenomenological model is followed by the microscopic theory of superconductivity, in which modern formalism of the many-body theory is used to treat most important problems such as superconducting alloys, coexistence of superconductivity with the magnetic order, and superconductivity in quasi-one.

This book then explores several topics, including superconductors, phonon effects, electronic structure, A systematics, as well as disorder and transport. Other chapters discuss the interrelationships between superconductivity and magnetism. This text discusses as well the magnetic field dependent effects in the rare-earth ternary Edition: 1.

A new system of high-temperature superconductors is reported. The compounds, Mo6 - xAxS6 where A is Cu, Zn, Mg, Ag, Cd, Sn, or Pb, are rhombohedral with a ≃ angstroms and ∼90°.

The transition temperatures range from ∼ Cited by: Superconducting materials that have received the most attention are niobium-titanium superconductors (the most widely used superconductor), A15 compounds (in which class the important ordered intermetallic Nb3Sn lies), ternary molybdenum chalcogenides (Chevrel phases), and high-temperature ceramic superconductors.Assuming you have basic undergrad knowledge of E&M, statistical mechanics, and quantum mechanics, I would suggest starting off by reading the superconductivity chapter in a standard solid state physics textbook such as Introduction to Solid State.