High Temperature Superconducting Electronics: Basis for Materials and Device Structures
Since the discovery of the new copper oxide superconductor in 1987, research groups who were preparing superconductivity electronics got into it. The body of this book contain work of researches in this new field. Some of these research groups originates from the semiconductor research field and the competition and collaboration of them accelerated research activities fortunately.
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