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Layered superconductors

Richard A. Klemm

Layered superconductors

by Richard A. Klemm

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Published by Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Superconductors

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    StatementRichard A. Klemm
    SeriesInternational series of monographs on physics -- 153, International series of monographs on physics -- 153.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC611.95 .K58 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. <1> :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25275896M
    ISBN 100199593310
    ISBN 109780199593316
    LC Control Number2011944045
    OCLC/WorldCa779636970

    Superconductivity is a phenomenon in which the resistance of the material to the electric current flow is zero. Kamerlingh Onnes made the first discovery [1] of the phenomenon in in mercury (Hg) as shown in Fig. that time, superconductivity has been found to occur in many metallic elements and intermetallic compounds. This book presents current research from across the globe in the study of superconductivity theory, materials and applications. Topics discussed include tunneling spectroscopy of novel layered superconductors; stability conditions of high-Tc superconductors; a study of the superconducting phase in metallic superconductors; numerical calculation of trapped magnetic field for bulk.

      Researchers discover a novel layered superconductor based on tin and arsenic by Tokyo Metropolitan University The scientists of Tokyo Metropolitan University . / Tunneling spectroscopy of Novel Layered superconductors: MgB 2, Li (THF) X HfNCl and related substances. Superconductivity: Theory, Materials and Applications. Nova Science Publishers, Inc., pp. Author: Tomoaki Takasaki, Toshikazu Ekino, Alexander M. Gabovich, Akira Sugimoto, Shoji Yamanaka, Jun Akimit.

      Cuprate high-temperature superconductors consist of two quasi-two-dimensional (2D) substructures: CuO 2 superconducting layers and charge reservoir layers. The superconductivity is realized by charge transfer from the charge reservoir layers into the superconducting layers without chemical dopants and defects being introduced into the latter, similar to modulation-doping in the Cited by: The spacer layers provide carriers to the conduction layers and induce exotic superconductivity. Recently, we have reported superconductivity in the novel BiS 2 -based layered compound Bi 4 O 4 S 3. It was found that superconductivity of Bi 4 O 4 S 3 originates from the BiS 2 by:


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Layered superconductors by Richard A. Klemm Download PDF EPUB FB2

"Layered superconductors" is an important textbook both for graduate students and professionals working in the field of superconductivity." --Reinhold Kleiner, University of Tubingen, GermanyFormat: Hardcover. In addition, the book presents the three classes of phenomenological theoretical descriptions of layered superconductors: the anisotropic London model, the anisotropic Ginzburg-Landau model, and the Lawrence-Doniach model specifically developed to treat layered superconductors.

superconductor. Since most of the superconductors with the highest transition temperatures are layered, this book compares and contrasts the wide variety of materials and their properties. It should serve as a guide for young experimentalists hoping to make a room-temperature cturer: OUP Oxford.

It should serve as a guide for young experimentalists hoping to make a room-temperature superconductor. In addition, the book presents the three classes of phenomenological theoretical descriptions of layered superconductors: the anisotropic London model, the anisotropic Ginzburg-Landau model, and the Lawrence-Doniach model specifically developed to treat layered superconductors.

It should serve as a guide for young experimentalists hoping to make a room-temperature superconductor. In addition, the book presents the three classes of phenomenological theoretical descriptions of layered superconductors: the anisotropic London model, the anisotropic Ginzburg-Landau model, and the Lawrence-Doniach model specifically developed to treat layered : OUP Oxford.

It should serve as a guide for young experimentalists hoping to make a room-temperature addition, the book presents the three classes of phenomenological theoretical descriptions of layered superconductors: the anisotropic London model, the anisotropic Ginzburg-Landau model, and the Lawrence-Doniach model specifically developed to treat layered superconductors.

This book provides a comparison of the different chemical structures, normal state properties, and simplest superconducting properties of all known classes of layered superconductors. It introduces the three phenomenological models used to describe such systems, and will guide young researchers hoping to produce a room-temperature superconductor.

"Layered superconductors" is an important textbook both for graduate students and professionals working in the field of superconductivity.

* Reinhold Kleiner, University of Tubingen, Germany *. It should serve as a guide for young experimentalists hoping to make a room-temperature superconductor.

In addition, the book presents the three classes of phenomenological theoretical descriptions of layered superconductors: the anisotropic London model, the anisotropic Ginzburg-Landau model, and the Lawrence-Doniach model specifically developed to treat layered : OUP Oxford.

At present, the large classes of layered superconductors are the graphite intercalation compounds, the transition metal dichalcogenides, the intercalated transition metal dichalcogenides, the Author: Richard Klemm.

This book describes the chemical syntheses, crystal structures, calculations and measurements of the Fermi surfaces, and measurements of the normal state physical properties and of the upper and lower critical fields of all classes of layered superconductors.

Thus, the discovery of new layered superconductors and understanding of superconductivity mechanisms are very important for exploring new high-Tc superconductors.

In this special issue, we focus on the exploration of novel layered superconductors, such as Fe-based, Bi-based, and Ti-based layered superconductors. In the development of this huge field, an underlying theme has always been to try to develop a room-temperature superconductor.

Since most of the superconductors with the highest transition temperatures are layered, this book compares and contrasts the. Since the discovery by the author and collaborators of superconductivity in the first truly layered compound, TaS2(pyridine)1/2, there have been many types of layered superconductors.

These include the graphite intercalation compounds, the transition metal dichalcogenides, the intercalated transition metal dichalcogenides, the organic layered superconductors, the high-temperature cuprates, the. The breakthrough that revolutionized the field was made in by Bednorz and Muller with the discovery of high-temperature superconductivity in layered copper-oxide perovskites.

Today the record in transition temperature is K for a Hg based cuprate : Springer Netherlands. In addition, layered superconductors have been studied as a candidate material for a topological superconductor.

In this special issue, we focus on the exploration of novel layered superconductors, such as Cu-based, Fe-based, Bi-based, Ti-based, and other novel layered superconductors.

Superconductivity is demonstrated in an infinite-layer nickelate similar to infinite-layer copper oxides, which is synthesized using soft- chemistry topotactic reduction of the perovskite Cited by: Exotic superconductivity has often been discovered in materials with a layered (two-dimensional) crystal structure.

The low dimensionality can affect the electronic structure and can realize high. Inwe discovered novel layered superconductors which have a crystal structure similar to those of the Cu-oxide and Fe-based superconductors. The characteristic structure is an alternate stacking of superconducting BiS 2 layers and blocking by: This chapter, Layered Superconducting Materials, presents a rather historical development of the discovery, syntheses, transition temperatures, and phase diagrams of many different types of layered superconductors.

(JPWs) in layered superconductors (see, e.g., Refs. 3,4 and references therein). JPWs be-long to the terahertz frequency range, which is important for various applications, but not easily reachable with modern devices. The electrodynamics of layered superconductors is described .Iron pnictide superconductors crystallize into the [FeAs] layered structure alternating with spacer or charge reservoir block.

The compounds can thus be classified into “” system RFeAsO (R: the rare earth element) including LaFeAsO, SmFeAsO, PrFeAsO, etc.; “” type BaFe 2 As 2, SrFe 2 As 2 or CaFe 2 As 2; “” type LiFeAs, NaFeAs, and LiFeP. Doping or applied pressure will.Since most of the superconductors with the highest transition temperatures are layered, this book compares and contrasts the wide variety of materials and their properties.

It should serve as a guide for young experimentalists hoping to make a room-temperature superconductor.