Superconductivity and its applications: Buffalo, NY 1992
American Institute of Physics, 1993 - Science - 666 pages
Annotation While the September 1992 meeting's scope embraced the full range of high temperature superconductivity research, the sessions included extensive explorations of application-oriented work, in particular, conductor development, magnetic and power applications, and magnetic refrigeration. Seventy contributions are grouped in sections on thin films and devices, crystalline anisotropy and flux pinning, structure and physical properties, and the three applications areas mentioned above. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Superconductivity and Future Technologies
The Making of HighTc Layered SuperconductorsFrom Atomic Layer
Structure and Properties of Grain Boundaries in HighTc Superconductors
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