High Temperature Superconductivity, Proceedings of LT-19 Satellite Conference, Cambridge, 13-15 August 1990
Taylor & Francis, Mar 1, 1991 - Science - 472 pages
High Temperature Superconductivity contains the most up-to-date research in this fast-moving subject. There are contributions from important groups around the world working in this field. The approach is interdisciplinary, ensuring that this book will be of use to a large number of workers in different areas of research. It contains important new contributions from leading workers, including V L Ginzburg, S Amelinckx and N Mott. 135 contributions are included on a wide range of topics, including the following: Synthesis, structure and properties of materials, Processing of thin films and ceramics, Flux movement and critical currents, Applications, High Temperature Superconductivity presents the most recent results in this exciting field, and, because of its interdisciplinary nature, will be of great interest to all workers in low temperature physics, superconductivity, materials science and condensed matter physics. This volume comprises the refereed Proceedings of the LT-19 Satellite Conference, held in Cambridge in August 1990. It contains all the invited papers, and also the oral and poster presentations.
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S19 The study of highJc superconducting materials by electron microscopy and electron diffraction
S35 Anomalous magnetic behaviours of the cuprate superconductorsMeissoer effect Hct and
S51 Research advances and needs related to HTSC electronics
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