High-Tc Superconductivity 1996: Ten Years after the Discovery by E. KaldisHigh-Tc Superconductivity 1996: Ten Years after the Discovery by E. Kaldis

High-Tc Superconductivity 1996: Ten Years after the Discovery

byE. KaldisEditorE. Liarokapis, K.a. M³ller

Paperback | October 12, 2012

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After an introduction by J.G. Bednorz, describing the discovery of high Tc superconductivity and its consequences, the book goes on to describe modern research, dealing with general problems, new materials and structures, phase separation, electronic homogeneities and related problems, and applications. Specific systems dealt with include the La-cuprates. the Bi-cuprates and the Y-cuprates and related compounds.
Title:High-Tc Superconductivity 1996: Ten Years after the DiscoveryFormat:PaperbackDimensions:580 pages, 24 × 16 × 0.02 inPublished:October 12, 2012Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:9401063400

ISBN - 13:9789401063401

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Table of Contents

Preface. Part I: Introduction. The Discovery of HTc Superconductivity and its Decisive Circumstances; J.G. Bednorz. Part II: General Problems. `S' and `d' Wave Symmetry Components in High-Temperature Cuprate Superconductors; K.A. Müller, H. Keller. Theory Aspects of High-Temperature Superconductivity; R. Micnas, S. Robaskiewicz. Part III: New Materials and Structures. Novel Two-Dimensional Perovskites; J.G. Bednorz, et al. Mechanisms Generating Layered Cuprates and Oxycarbonates: Classification; B. Raveau. Mercurocuprates: The Highest Transition-Temperature Superconductors; P.P. Edwards, et al. High Pressure Crystal Growth and Properties of HgBa2Can-1CunO2n+2+delta, Sn1-xCuO2, CaCuO2 and Y2Ba4Cu6+nO14+n; J. Karpinski, et al. Noncuprate Layered Perovskite Superconductor; Y. Maeno, S. Ikeda. Non-Toxic HTSC Materials, Substitution in the Charge Reservoir Layer: `Cupro/Carbonate' Cuprates and Related Materials; M.A. Alario-Franco, et al. Part IV: Phase Separation, Electronic Inhomogeneities, and Related Problems. 1. General. The Two-Component Paradigm for Superconductivity in the Cuprates; D. Mihailovic, K.A. Müller. Two- Component High Tc Superconductivity: Charge Reservoirs, Phase Separation and Optical Excitations; D. Mihailovic. 2. The La-Cuprate System. Structural Phase Transitions and Superconductivity in Lanthanum Copper Oxydes; M.K. Crawford, et al. Magnetic Properties of Single-Layer Cuprates; D.C. Johnston, et al. Structural Phase Transitions and Incommensurate Spin Fluctuations in the La2CuO4+y System; B.O.Wells, et al. Phase Separation and Stripe-Like Modulation Observation in Cu-Doped La2CuO4+&dgr; System; Z.X. Zhao, et al. 3. The Bi-Cuprate System. From a Homogeneous CuO2 Plane to a Superlattice of Quantum Stripes; A. Bianconi, et al. Lattice Effect and D-Electron Delocalization Effect Around Tc in Bi-Based High-Tc Superconductors; Y. Li, et al. 4. The Y-Cuprate System and Related Compounds. Lattice Instabilities, Structural Anomalies and Phase Transitions in Y1-yCayBa2Cu3Ox Phases; E. Kaldis. Raman Scattering in the YBCO Compounds; E. Liarokapis. Local Structure Studies of the Underdoped-Overdoped Transition in Yba2Cu3Ox. Measurement of the Yttrium X-Ray Absorption-Fine-Structure; J. Röhler, et al. Neutron Spectroscopy of Rare Earths in Superconducting Materials; W. Henggeler, et al. Tm NMR and Cu NQR Studies of Phase Separation in TmBaCuO Compounds; M.A. Teplov, et al. Part V: Applications. Applications of High-Tc Superconductors; H. Rietschel. Index.