Diverse Superconducting Systems and Some Miscellaneous Aspects

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Anant Narlikar
Nova Publishers, 2001 - Technology & Engineering - 248 pages
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Contents: Electronic States and Josephson currents in Superconducting Multilayers; Ginzburg-Landau Theory of Vortex Phase Diagram in Layered Type-II Superconductor; Crystal Chemistry and Properties of M2CU2O3)m(CuO2)n Type and Related Cuprates; Oxygen Engineering for Functional Oxide Materials; Essential Chemistry of High TcCuprates Synthesis Through the Solution Precursor Methods; Magnetisation of Organic Superconductors: Influence of Defects.
 

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Contents

Electronic States and Josephson Currents in Superconducting Multilayers 1 Introduction
1
2 Theory and Method of Solutions
3
3 Results and Discussion
15
4 Summary
32
Appendix A
33
Appendix C
34
References
35
GinzburgLandau Theory of Vortex Phase Diagram in Layered TypeII Superconductor 1 Introduction
39
4 Synthesis Techniques Allowing InSitu Control of the Oxygen Stoichiometry
123
5 PostSynthesis Control of the Oxygen Stoichiometry
127
6 On the Determination of Oxygen Contents and Charge Distributions
131
7 Concluding Remarks
135
References
137
Essential Chemistry of High Tc Cuprates Synthesis Through the Solution Precursor Methods 1 Introduction
145
2 General considerations on the conventional ceramic method
146
3 HighTc phases formation
150

2 Phase Diagram in Fields Perpendicular to Layers
41
3 Phase Diagram in Fields Parallel to Layers
50
References
55
Crystal Chemistry and Properties of M₂Cu₂O₃MCUO₂ NType and Related Cuprates 1 Introduction
59
2 Crystal Chemistry Classification of CuO Compounds
60
3 Growth of LadderType and Related Structures
67
4 Particular Features of Physical Properties of M₂Cu₂O₃mCuO₂n Single Crystals
84
5 Search for New Materials in the Family of Cuprates
95
6 Concluding Remarks
103
References
104
Oxygen Engineering for Functional Oxide Materials 1 Introduction
109
2 PerovskiteDerived Multilayered Oxides
111
3 0xygen NonStoichiometry in Layered Oxides
117
4 Chemical routes
161
5 Solgel methods
170
6 Conclusions
190
Reference List
193
Magnetization of Organic Superconductors Influence of Defects 1 Introduction
205
2 The Equilibrium Magnetization of Superconductors
210
3 The Irreversible Magnetization
225
4 The Magnetization of Real Materials
230
5 Other Physical Parameters of Organic Superconductors
240
6 Conclusion
243
7 References
245
Subject Index Volume37
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