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Phosphorus, the element itself, becomes superconducting near 4.7 degrees K and at pressures exceeding 100 kilobars. This constitutes one of the four last missing links in the proof that… (More)
The intimate correlation between the mechanisms causing magnetism and superconductivity in uranium compounds has been verified again-in novel systems.
The superconducting transition temperature of an iridium-yttrium eutectic is enhanced extraordinarily through lattice softening. This is shown by a drastically reduced Debye temperature.
It is ascertained that, within the range of stability, the transition temperature of the superconducting solutions between Ti and Zr and between Zr and Hf, and the Curie point of the corresponding… (More)
It is shown that the superconducting transition temperature for compounds in seven different structure types exhibits a peak at about 3.7 to 3.9 valence electrons per atom.
The critical temperatures of different isotopes of osmium and of zinc have been measured. The results are that Os has no isotope effect, while with Zn the critical temperature is proportional to… (More)
Lithium titanium sulfides, Li(x)Ti(1.1)S(2)(0.1 x </= 0.3), become superconducting over the temperature range from 10 degrees to 13 degrees K. They have the hexagonal Ti(3)S(4) structure and should… (More)
This article deals with superconducting materials which have zero electrical resistance while carrying high electrical current densities (around 10(6) amperes per square centimeter) in high magnetic… (More)