Low field magnetic measurements on high temperature superconductors
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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English

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Thesis (Ph.D) - University of Birmingham, School of Physics and Space Research, 1992.

Statementby Timothy James Jackson.
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Open LibraryOL20860647M

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Low Temperature Superconductivity. LTS stands for “low temperature superconductor,” which typically refers to the Nb-based alloy (most commonly Nbwt.%Ti) and A15 (Nb3Sn and Nb3Al) superconductors in use prior to the discovery of “high temperature” oxide superconductors in . Intro to high-temperature superconductors They also perform in very high magnetic fields. Their low-temp counterparts stop working at around 23 teslas (tesla is a unit of magnetic field strength), so you can’t use them to make magnets stronger than that. But HTS materials can work at more than twice that field, and likely even higher. LTS stands for "low temperature superconductor," which typically refers to Nb-based alloys (most commonly Nbwt.%Ti) and A15 (Nb 3 Sn and Nb 3 Al) superconductors that were already in use prior to the discovery of "high temperature" copper-oxide superconductors in "Temperature" here refers to the temperature below which the superconductor must be cooled .   Explore the latest questions and answers in High Temperature Superconductivity, and find High Temperature Superconductivity experts. Questions (62) Publications (,).

  Scientists at the University of Aberdeen have made a major breakthrough towards the mechanism of high-temperature superconductivity. Results from studies of a crystal structure of a new chemical. This chapter is dedicated to the study of the superconductor–insulator transition in high temperature superconductors. We saw, in Sect, that metal superconductors were not . A SQUID (for superconducting quantum interference device) is a very sensitive magnetometer used to measure extremely subtle magnetic fields, based on superconducting loops containing Josephson junctions.. SQUIDs are sensitive enough to measure fields as low as 5 a T (5×10 −18 T) with a few days of averaged measurements. Their noise levels are as low as 3 fTHz −½. High-Temperature Superconductivity: History and Outlook Fig. 1 Low-temperature Resistivity of a Ba-doped LaCuO 3 Sample with x (Ba)=, Recorded for Different Current Densities Fig. 2 Temperature Dependence of the Magnetic Susceptibility in Ba-doped La 2CuO 4 A/cm2 0 A/cm2 A/cm2 0 T(K) ρ.

J.-L. Zhang, G.-Y. Hong, in Modern Inorganic Synthetic Chemistry (Second Edition), YBa 2 Cu 3 O 7−x. The high-temperature superconductor YBa 2 Cu 3 O 7−x is the first material to become superconducting above 77K, the boiling point of nitrogen. All materials developed before became superconducting only at temperatures near the boiling points .   "High magnetic-field measurements of doped copper-oxide superconductors are paving the way to a new theory of superconductivity," said Brad Ramshaw, a Los Alamos scientist and lead researcher on. The surface resistivity R(H) and its magnetic field derivative dR/dH of a superconducting YBa 2 Cu 3 O 7−δ ceramic pellet were measured with an ESR spectrometer. The behaviour of dR/dH as a function of the modulation amplitude would suggest a stepped microwave absorption of the pellet in the presence of a magnetic field. High Temperature Superconductors BSSCO YBCO. Figure 1. TEM of layer defects (data taken at AFRL). (Yttrium-barium-cuprate) The increase of Jc through pinning increases in YBCO is a topic of considerable interest.