Published August 9, 1999
by An American Chemical Society Publication .
Written in English
|Series||Acs Symposium Series|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||304|
This book outlines state-of-the-art studies in the spectroscopy for exotic superconductors, those that exhibit high temperature superconducting transitions or that cannot be explained by traditional theories. It describes a range of analytic tools, including Raman and ultrafast spectroscopy, photoconductivity, microwave resonance, magnetotransport and X-ray diffraction, and emission Mossbauer. Introduction to the spectroscopy of exotic superconductors / Eric Faulques --Dissolution of A in metallic dichalcogenides: a route to new superconductors and ferromagnets / Philippe Molinié, Annie Leblanc, Eric Faulques, Zeineddine Ouili, Jean-Claude Jumas, and Claude Ayache --Application of Rutherford backscattering spectrometry to. Topics covered includes: Field-Induced Superconductors, X-Ray Spectroscopy Studies of Iron Chalcogenides, Defect Structure Versus Superconductivity in MeB2 Compounds and One-Dimensional Superconductors, Superconducting Magnet Technology and Applications, Pseudogap and Local Pairs in High-Tc Superconductors, Magnetic Texturing of High-Tc. There are over superconducting materials but only about 5 have ever been useful for applications in magnets, while HEP, which has been so vital for the development of superconducting magnet technology has made virtually every magnet out of just one, the simple bcc alloy Nb-Ti with Tc of 9 K and upper critical field ~ 14T (at 2K).
We have investigated tie superconducting gap of CeRu 2 by point-contact spectroscopy and obtained its magnetic field dependences. The experiments were performed both for single and polycrystals. The superconducting gap value is up to 30 % greater for the single crystal than in the porycrystalline CeRu 2. The main output of the fit is the superconducting gap, which at , , and K is found to be, , and cm −1, values furnish an extrapolated value cm −1, or, in satisfactory agreement with the BCS prediction of and ultraviolet photoemission spectroscopy  where the authors determined, at nearly 4 K, cm − by: 3. Applications of X-ray Photoelectron and Auger Spectroscopy to Superconducting Materials Dale L. Perry Chapter 4, DOI: /bkch Publication Date (Print): September 2, Introduction to The Theory of Superconductivity (PDF 82P) This note covers the following topics: introduction, superconducting transition, the london model, meissner effect, phase coherence, magnetic flux quantization, coherence length and the energy gap, critical currents and magnetic fields, condensation energy, critical currents, quantized vortices, basic concepts, vortices in the.
Spectroscopy of Superconducting Materials Ed. E. Faulques, ACS Symposium Series No, Oxford University Press (Washington D.C.), pages. ISBN Book Author: Eric Faulques. This comprehensive presentation develops the subject from its basic principles and relates the theory to experimental observations. The new edition includes topics that have recently become important, for example, the X-ray laser, appearance potential spectroscopy, synchrotron radiation and Exafs of high-Tc superconducting materials.5/5(1). monotonous decrease in frequency along with superconducting temperature Tc. The fundamental properties and alternations of other active Raman phonons in the superconducting materials have also been discussed. PACS numbers: Kz, Rh, +I, Cc Keywords: Superconductivity, Raman Phonons, NaxCoOyH2O 1. Annual Reports on NMR Spectroscopy. Explore book series content Latest pp. 1– () View all volumes. Find out more. Search in this book series. Looking for an author or a specific volume/issue? Use advanced search Solid-state NMR studies on crystalline solid polymer electrolytes and important cathode materials for lithium-ion.