High-Tc Superconductivity 1996: Ten Years After the Discovery
E. Kaldis, E. Liarokapis, K.A. Müller
Springer Netherlands, Sep 30, 1997 - Science - 580 pages
After an introduction by J.G. Bednorz, describing the discovery of high Tc superconductivity and its consequences, the book goes on to describe modern research, dealing with general problems, new materials and structures, phase separation, electronic homogeneities and related problems, and applications. Specific systems dealt with include the La-cuprates. the Bi-cuprates and the Y-cuprates and related compounds.
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s and d wave symmetry components in hightemperature cuprate superconductors
Theory aspects of hightemperature superconductivity
NEW MATERIALS AND STRUCTURES
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