# Charging effects on the critical temperature of the Josephson-coupled layered superconductors

@article{Nakhmedov1998ChargingEO, title={Charging effects on the critical temperature of the Josephson-coupled layered superconductors}, author={E. P. Nakhmedov and {\"O}. Çakroglu and Metin H{\"u}ner and K. M. Al-Shibani}, journal={Physica C-superconductivity and Its Applications}, year={1998}, volume={296}, pages={307-318} }

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Fluctuations of the Order Parameter's Phase in Layered Superconductors

- Physics
- 2000

The influence of the quantum fluctuations of the order parameter's phase on the critical temperature Tc is studied for a Josephson coupled layered superconductor. Two characteristic critical…

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