High Temperature Superconductivity: Ten Years After Its Discovery
Krishna Behari Garg
Narosa Publishing House, Jan 1, 1998 - High temperature superconductivity - 437 pages
This work is an outcome of invited talks and other contributions presented at the International Workshop at Jaipur in 1996, to review the high temperature superconductivity scene ten years after its discovery. It sums up the progress made, the future directions and the differences in viewpoints that need to be resolved for marching ahead. From theory to microscopic and macroscopic applications, it reviews the entire panorama. It should be of value to both the seasoned researcher and the newly initiated.
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High Pressure Synthesis and Structural Studies of the Superconducting
Emission Mossbauer Effect Studies of Some Outstanding Problems
Substitutional Studies in HighTc Cuprates
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