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Superconductor

Superconductor

Superconductor edited by Adir Moysés Luiz SCIYO

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  • Page 5 and 6: Contents Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapte
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    42 Superconductor Casimir-Jonker J.

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    44 Superconductor Landau L.D. (1943

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    46 Superconductor Van Aubel Edm., D

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    48 Superconductor structure. Typica

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    50 Superconductor understanding of

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    52 Superconductor (a) (b) Fig. 6. T

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    54 Superconductor (a) (b) Fig. 8. (

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    56 Superconductor layer. Despite th

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    58 Superconductor where U, V, H, an

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    60 Superconductor and issues and pr

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    62 Superconductor sequence under in

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    64 Superconductor Fig. 17. The incr

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    66 Superconductor 0.35 and the acti

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    68 Superconductor Sekine, H., Tachi

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    70 Superconductor overlayer produce

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    72 Superconductor Fig. 2. Cyclotron

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    74 Superconductor with the rotation

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    76 Superconductor reflection coeffi

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    78 Superconductor Ranninger, 1981;

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    80 Superconductor addition to the o

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    82 Superconductor electroluminescen

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    84 Superconductor which exhibits th

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    86 Superconductor oscillations of t

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    88 Superconductor serve as the basi

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    90 Superconductor Bagraev, N.T., Bo

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    92 Superconductor Trovarelli, O., W

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    94 Superconductor temperature, behi

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    96 Superconductor materials is to m

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    98 Fig. 4. The temperature dependen

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    100 Superconductor Fig. 6. (Zhang e

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    102 3. Electric transport character

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    104 Superconductor Fig. 10. Diagram

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    106 ⎧ ⎪ ⎪ ρ0 ⎪ ⎨αn ⎪

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    108 Superconductor Fig. 13. Diagram

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    110 Superconductor Siemons,W., Stei

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    112 Superconductor measurements, ha

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    114 Superconductor increasing carbo

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    116 Superconductor Fig. 4. TEM imag

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    118 Superconductor as shown in Fig.

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    120 Superconductor grains were merg

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    122 Superconductor Fig. 12. (Color

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    124 Superconductor differences betw

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    126 Superconductor Fig. 15. Field e

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    128 Superconductor temperature has

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    130 Superconductor Dou, S. X.; Pan,

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    132 Superconductor Masui, T.; Lee,

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    134 Superconductor Yeoh, W. K.; Kim

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    136 Superconductor superconducting

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    138 Superconductor Fig. 1. A simpli

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    140 By the application of Eq. (4) i

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    142 Superconductor Ak is sampled an

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    144 Superconductor energy while the

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    146 Superconductor In connection wi

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    148 Superconductor plane disorder h

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    150 + 1e - & & Tetragonal + 1e - Or

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    152 Superconductor 6. Gamma radiati

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    154 Superconductor as it is shown i

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    156 Superconductor Note, that in th

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    158 Superconductor Cruz, C.; Leyva,

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    160 Superconductor Polyak, O.Yu.; T

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    162 Superconductor at Variable Ener

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    164 Superconductor explained by the

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    166 Superconductor Tc(onset) is the

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    168 Superconductor does not accommo

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    170 Superconductor where prefactor

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    172 Dose (ions/cm 2) Tc (K) ρ0 (μ

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    174 μ 0 H c2 (T) 8 6 4 2 0 Superco

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    176 F p (ampT/cm 2 ) 1.4x10 5 1.2x1

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    178 Superconductor [27] S.B.Samanta

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    180 Superconductor Temperature Supe

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    182 I Superconductor − 1 I 1 p( I

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    184 Superconductor function called

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    186 (a) (b) Superconductor Fig. 5.

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    188 Superconductor studies can be p

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    190 Superconductor Fig. 11. (a) Ele

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    192 Superconductor for this reason

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    194 Superconductor These results cl

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    196 Superconductor samples is 3.5 t

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    198 Superconductor This evolution h

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    200 Superconductor the evolution of

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    202 Superconductor Recuero, S.; And

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    204 Superconductor reduce the curre

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    206 Superconductor The present revi

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    208 Superconductor Fig. 2. Transmis

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    210 Superconductor Fig. 5. Transmis

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    212 Superconductor (90.2 K). The pr

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    214 Superconductor superconductors

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    216 F p /F p,max F p /F p,max 1 0.8

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    218 Superconductor The chemical com

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    220 Superconductor Fig. 16. Transmi

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    222 Superconductor 9. Trapped-field

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    224 Superconductor Fig. 20. (left)

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    226 Superconductor Egi, T.; Wen, J.

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    228 Superconductor Sauerzopf, F. M.

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    230 Superconductor 7. Ginzburg-Land

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    232 Superconductor will not be incl

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    234 Superconductor SQUID magnetomet

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    236 A B C D Superconductor Fig. 5.

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    238 Superconductor but one can easi

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    240 Superconductor different. For e

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    242 Sample T (°C) Density (g/cm 3)

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    244 Superconductor SPS-processed Mg

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    246 Superconductor superconducting

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    248 Superconductor [31] Chen W, Ans

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    250 Superconductor developed and a

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    252 Superconductor time window for

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    254 Superconductor 0.19 mΩ-cm and

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    256 Superconductor method in our ca

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    258 5.0 4.5 4.0 3.5 3.0 2.5 2.0 1.5

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    260 Superconductor and then a prono

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    262 Uher C., Kaiser A.B. (1987). Ph

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    264 Superconductor When the large b

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    266 Superconductor From photographs

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    268 Superconductor (b) 1 wt%. The s

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    270 Superconductor 2. The sample is

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    272 Superconductor forming are dete

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    274 Superconductor property of the

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    276 Superconductor diamond saw in t

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    278 Superconductor time reversal sy

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    280 Superconductor At Tc, the absol

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    282 Superconductor The XRD patterns

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    284 Superconductor Furthermore, as

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    286 Superconductor al., 1998). Also

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    288 Superconductor Physics vol 371,

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    290 Superconductor Wagner, J.L.; Hu

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    292 Superconductor HgBa2Ca2Cu3O8+x

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    294 3. Derivation of the effective

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    296 Superconductor related to the H

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    298 Superconductor from magnetizati

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    300 Superconductor Fig. 7. The m* v

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    302 Superconductor Fig. 9. The repr

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    304 Superconductor Fig. 11. (a)- Th

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    306 Superconductor TQG temperature,

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    308 Superconductor Aslan Çataltepe

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    310 Superconductor Onbaşlı, Ü.;

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    312 Superconductor equation for pha

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    314 Superconductor of a pendulum wi

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    316 ∞ T 1 iϕ0() t − iϕ0( 0) P

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    318 Ψ ( φ) = ( φ) In which ks ,

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    320 2 C J 0 I ( ) H = H + H t , Sup

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    322 Superconductor transistors and

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    324 I n (pA) 100 80 60 40 20 n=0 n=

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    326 Superconductor Tucker, J. and M

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    328 Superconductor some related mat

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    330 Superconductor electronic densi

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    332 Material Positions 63Cu NQR fre

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    334 Superconductor The principle di

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    336 Superconductor revealed by mean

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    338 Superconductor The space group

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    340 Superconductor and other). Thes

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    342 Superconductor bend, which take

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    344 Superconductor Goble, R.J. (198

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