High Temperature Superconductivity: Current Results and Novel Mechanisms
One of the most exciting developments in science in recent years is the discovery of high temperature superconductivity. This significant discovery has posed the two new problems of making high temperature superconductivity materials available to technology at liquid nitrogen or even high temperatures on one hand and of exploring the possible mechanism of high temperature superconductivity on the other. This outstanding book aims at summarising results in this fast-moving realm of research.
49 pages matching oxide superconductors in this book
Results 1-3 of 49
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Anderson anisotropic antiferromagnetic band structure Batlogg BCS theory bipolarons Bismuth bosons calculations carriers Cava charge fluctuation mechanism coherence length compounds conduction band copper oxide correlated charge Coulomb crystal structure Cu-O Cu1+ Cu2+ Cu3+ CuO2 density dimensional electron doped electronic structure energy Equation excitations excitonic exhibit superconductivity experimental Fermi level Fermi liquid Fermi surface fermions flux Hamiltonian high temperature high temperature superconductivity high-Tc cuprate superconductors high-Tc superconductivity holes HTSC HTSC's Hubbard model interlayer ions Kakani La2CuO4 lattice layers Lead Cuprates Lett lochon magnetic field Markert Mattheiss metallic orbital orthorhombic oxide superconductors oxygen oxygen atoms oxygen vacancies pairing mechanism parameter perovskite phonon Phys planes plasmon polaron Preprint proposed Raveau reported resistivity sample shown in Figure shows singlet Sinha specific heat spin strong coupling Subramanian superconducting phase superconducting properties t-J model temperature dependence tetragonal thallium thallium cuprates transition temperature valence