Item description for Magnetic Flux Structures in Superconductors by R.P. Huebener...
The discovery of high-temperature superconductors in 1986 by Bednorz and Mller led worldwide to an explosive growth of the field of superconductivity. This new interest extends to both the fundamental aspects and the technological appli- cations of superconductors. The monograph Magnetic Flux Structures in Superconductors provided an introduction to this field, covering the developments up to its first publication in 1979. Soon after 1986 the book went out of print. However, it continues to be widely used and quoted, and due to the ever growing interest in Magnetic Flux Structures in Superconductors, a second edition is now being made available. An extensive new chapter gives a comprehensive review of developments relevant to high-temperature superconductors. This new edition provides researchers, engineers and other scientists with an introduction to this field; it will also be useful as supplementary reading for graduate courses in low-temperature physics.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.57" Width: 6.48" Height: 0.67" Weight: 1.43 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 2001
ISBN 3540679537 ISBN13 9783540679530
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A useful reference in type II superconductors Apr 12, 2000
This book constitutes a standard reference for those who work in scientific and/or technological aspects of type II superconductors. It reviews in a quite condensed fashion a great deal of the present knowledge on the vortex state of type II superconductors, although it does not include the -intensively explored-mixed state of HTc materials. Quite "esoteric" subjects as the Corbino disk, or the influence of contacts in the noise spectra of type II superconductors are presented. Due to the extension of its scope within the field and its conciseness, it constitutes a nice reference book for those who work in type II superconductors. The only practical drawback is that units and notation are sometimes tricky. Other books in its same style, such as "Irreversible properties of type II superconductors" by Ullmaier (1975) might have the same usefulness, though.