Materials and Crystallographic Aspects of HTc̳-superconductivity
Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1994 - Science - 602 pages
Superconductors with high critical temperatures are extremely complex and it remains difficult to synthesize high quality samples. In this regard, the materials and crystallographic aspects, drawing together the fields of structural chemistry and physics, solid state chemistry and physics, and applications and properties, both for cuprate and organic superconductors, play a vital role in our understanding of the phenomenon.
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