7 edition of Inhomogeneous superconductors found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -371) and index.
|Series||International series of monographs on physics, International series of monographs on physics (Oxford, England)|
|LC Classifications||QC612.S8 S57 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 383 p. :|
|Number of Pages||383|
|LC Control Number||93013074|
This book then explores several topics, including superconductors, phonon effects, electronic structure, A systematics, as well as disorder and transport. Other chapters discuss the interrelationships between superconductivity and magnetism. This text discusses as well the magnetic field dependent effects in the rare-earth ternary Edition: 1. Identifying the mechanism of superconductivity in the high-temperature cuprate superconductors is one of the major outstanding problems in physics. We report local measurements of the onset of superconducting pairing in the high–transition temperature (T c) superconductor Bi2Sr2CaCu2O8+δ using a lattice-tracking spectroscopy technique with a scanning tunneling Cited by:
Evidence of inhomogeneous superconductivity, in this case superconductivity with a spatially modulated superconducting order parameter, has now been found in many materials and by many measurement methods. Although the evidence is strong, it is circumstantial in the organic superconductors, scant in the pnictides, and complex in the heavy by: 2. Inhomogeneous Superconductivity Induced in a Ferromagnet by Proximity Effect Article (PDF Available) in Physical Review Letters 86(2) February .
I provide detailed studies of two types of novel superconducting systems. In the first, I examine the effect of thermal (Gaussian) magnetic fluctuations on the superconducting transition of paramagnetically-limited superconductors under a Zeeman magnetic field. I consider transitions into both the uniform and the modulated (Fulde-Ferrell-Larkin-Ovchinnikov) superconducting : Robert Pearson Beaird. This book describes fundamentals of the superconducting state and latest developments in the field. It represents the state of the art status of the theory, and key experiments for both historically important conventional superconductors and novel technologically significant superconductors.
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Inhomogeneous Inhomogeneous superconductors book (Berkeley Springs, W.V.) (AIP conference proceedings) [Aip] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Book by Aip. Two topics in the forefront of superconductor research--superconductor-insulator transition in thin films and vortex tunneling in granular, bulk, and high temperature superconductors--have never before been given a unified and deductive treatment.
This monograph and text provides a much-needed, comprehensive introduction to the theory of quantum fluctuations in inhomogenous superconducting.
Inhomogeneous superconductors: the superconducting proximity effect - Oxford Scholarship The superconducting proximity effect is based on the continuity of the pair wave function allowing pairs to flow across a specular SN boundary resulting in superconducting effects in the Inhomogeneous superconductors book region.
“This book has a unique approach to formulating mean field theory of superconductivity especially in a way most useful for studying inhomogeneous and/or unconventional superconductors. Building up from the fundamental laws of thermodynamics and the basic techniques of statistical mechanics such that it is readable for students, it develops the Bogoliubov-de Gennes formalism of by: 2.
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Lowest price and Replacement Guarantee. Cash On Delivery Available. These phenomena all require a short-distance description of superconductivity. Today we have at our disposal a whole range of tools with which to describe both inhomogeneous superconductivity and also non-equilibrium phenomena, such as superconductivity in non-uniform electromagnetic fields.
: Abstract Inhomogeneous phenomena in high temperature superconductors have been discussed in terms of chemical inhomogeneity, incommensurate modulation and electronic inhomogeneity.
It is found that the inhomogeneity associated with the incommensurate modulation in Bi-based superconductors, the phase separation and stripe. Inhomogeneous Superconductivity and the “Pseudogap” State of Novel Superconductors Abstract Novel superconducting compounds such as the high Tc oxides are intrinsically inhomogeneous systems.
An inhomogeneous structure is created by doping and the statistical nature of the distribution of dopants. Consequently, the critical temperature isCited by: Summary: This book represents the first unified treatment of an important field of research - the theory of quantum fluctuations in inhomogeneous superconductivity materials.
It can be used as a main or supplementary text in graduate courses on superconductivity, many-body systems, phase transitions, submicron physics, and surface science.
Represents the unified treatment of an important field of research - the theory of quantum fluctuations in inhomogeneous superconductivity materials. This book can be used as a main or supplementary text in graduate courses on superconductivity, many-body systems, phase transitions, submicron physics, and surface science.
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A branch of superconductivity, called “d- and f-band superconductivity,” was recognized as having an identity of its own. Nature provides a rich variety of superconductors in which the d- and f-bands play an important role.
This chapter provides an overview of the major themes of d- and f-band superconductivity. Many novel superconducting compounds such as the high Tcoxides are intrinsically inhomogeneous systems by virtue of the superconductivity being closely related to the carrier density which is in turn provided in most cases by doping.
An inhomogeneous structure is thus created by the statistical nature of the distribution of by: Iron-based superconductors have been the subject of active research since the discovery of superconductivity at a high superconducting transition temperature (T c) of 26 K in LaFeAsO 1−x F x .The value of T c increases when LnFeAsO 1−x F x contains a rare-earth atom (Ln) with a smaller ionic radius, and it attains a maximum value of 55 K in Sm[O 1−x F x]FeAs .Author: Ritsuko Eguchi, Megumi Senda, Eri Uesugi, Hidenori Goto, Akihiko Fujiwara, Yasuhiko Imai, Shigeru Ki.
Download Citation | Inhomogeneous Superconductivity | In certain structures, the order parameter Δ(r) has such large spatial variations that its average over the coherence length ξ no longer. The properties of inhomogeneous superconductors are discussed in terms of the scale of the inhomogeneity and the degree of randomness.
It is shown that both features influence such properties as the resistive transition and heat capacity transition in zero field, as well as the behavior of the upper critical field as a function of temperature and normal state resistivity.
History effect in inhomogeneous superconductors Article (PDF Available) in Physical review. B, Condensed matter 66(14) September with 23 Reads. Traditionally superconductivity occurs when it becomes energetically favorable to form Cooper pairs consisting of two electrons with equal and opposite momenta and oppositely aligned spins.
However, over 50 years ago, Fulde and Ferrell and simultaneously Larkin and Ovchinnikov predicted that superconductivity could be inhomogeneous, due to Cooper pairs with unequal momenta.Author(s): Wampler, James Paris | Advisor(s): Schuller, Ivan K | Abstract: Most major discoveries of high temperature superconductors have not been predicted by theory.
While theory can explain experimental findings and motivate ideas of where do search, it does not reliably predict new superconductors.
Instead, the best way to find new superconductors is to synthesize many materials and test.This interesting book aims to provide some answers to those questions, drawing particularly on similarities between the high Tc oxides and granular superconductors, which also present a short coherence length, a small superfluid density and an inhomogeneous : Hardcover.