High Temperature Superconductors: Volume 169: Fundamental Properties and Novel Materials Processing
David Christen, Jagdish Narayan, Lynn Schneemeyer
Cambridge University Press, Nov 20, 1990 - Technology & Engineering - 1322 pages
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SOME THEORIES OF HIGH TEMPERATURE SUPERCONDUCTIVITY
RENORMALIZATION FROM DENSITY FUNCTIONAL THEORY
IN HIGH TEMPERATURE SUPERCONDUCTORS
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annealing Appl atoms axis behavior BSCCO bulk c-axis calcined ceramic chemical vapor deposition composition compounds cooling critical current density curve decrease defects doping energy epitaxial evaporation experimental Figure films deposited films grown flux flux creep flux pinning grain boundaries growth heat high Tc high temperature high temperature superconductors high-Tc phase in-situ increase indicate laser ablation lattice layer Lett magnetic field material measurements melting metal micrograph microstructure observed obtained oriented orthorhombic oxide oxygen oxygen content parameters particle peak Phys Physica pinning plane plasma powder precursor prepared reaction RESULTS AND DISCUSSION samples shown in Fig shows single crystal sintered solid sputtering stoichiometry structure substrate substrate temperature superconducting superconducting phase superconducting properties superconducting thin films superconducting transition superlattice surface target Tc phase technique temperature dependence thermal thickness transition temperature twin X-ray diffraction YBCO YBCO film zero resistance