High Temperature Superconductivity by D.P Tunstall
(Scottish Graduate Series)

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High Temperature Superconductivity provides a broad survey of high temperature superconductivity, discussing the adaptations of experimental and theoretical techniques and methods that take advantage of the revolutionary properties of high temperature superconductors. Distinguished engineers, chemists, and experimental and theoretical physicists introduce their own particular area of the field before going on to explain current theories and techniques.

The book is divided into three sections: materials, mechanisms, and devices. Topics covered include synthetic approaches to the growth of new materials; optical, magnetic, and electrical characterization of synthesized materials; strong correlations; the magnon pairing mechanism; and technical background of device performance in new materials. A coherent introduction to high temperature superconductivity, this volume will be invaluable to researchers in condensed matter physics, chemistry, materials science, and engineering.

About D.P Tunstall

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Tunstall, St. Andrew's University, UK. Barford, Sheffield University, UK.
Published January 1, 1992 by CRC Press. 404 pages
Genres: Science & Math. Non-fiction