Bismuth-Based High-Temperature Superconductors

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Hiroshi Maeda
CRC Press, Jul 9, 1996 - Science - 656 pages
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Provides coverage of the ongoing investigations on bismuth-based high-temperature cuprate superconductors, integrating scattered research activities and literature from 70 leading scientists throughout the world. The text covers crystal structures and microstructures, reversible or equilibrium magnetic and thermal properties, atomic site tunnel spectroscopy, experimental studies concerning equilibrium phases, and more.
 

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Contents

Overview
1
Physics and Chemistry
7
Thermal and Magnetic Properties
33
Tunneling
75
Phases and Their Relationships in the BiPbSrCaCuO System
95
Phase Equilibria and Crystal Chemistry of the HighTemperature
129
Intrinsic Pinning
153
Radiation Effects
177
Manufacture and Properties of Bi2212Based AgSheathed Wires
369
Bi2212 AgSheathed Wire
391
Properties of Bi2212 SilverSheathed Tape and Its Application to Magnets
411
The Influence of Oxygen
427
Bi2212Ag Composite Tapes Processed by DoctorBlade or DipCoating
451
Coils Power Leads Busbars and Cables
477
Fabrication and Characterizations of HTSC Coils Made from
499
Thin Films and Applications
523

Preparation of Precursor Powders
215
Diffusion Reaction in BiBased Oxides
239
Bulk WireTape and Applications
253
BiBased Bulk Current Leads and Their Applications
277
Thermodynamics Microstructure and Critical Current Density
319
Structure and Properties of BiSrCan_CunOn+4 Films Prepared
545
LayerbyLayer Growth of BiBased Superlattices by Molecular
577
Basic Properties for BSCCO Devices
595
Outlook
615
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