Chemistry of superconductor materials: preparation, chemistry, characterization, and theory
This thorough review of the chemistry of high Tc superconductors provides extensive coverage of the structural and synthetic solid-state chemistry of oxide superconductors as well as substantial reference material on characterization methods. Written by 27 authorities in the field, the book fulfills a need for a condensed, single-source reference. It will be indispensable for researchers and for those unfamiliar with structural and synthetic solid-state chemistry of superconductors.
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HISTORICAL INTRODUCTION AND CRYSTAL
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