High-Temperature Superconductivity: An Introduction

@inproceedings{Burns1991HighTemperatureSA,
  title={High-Temperature Superconductivity: An Introduction},
  author={Gerald Burns},
  year={1991}
}
  • G. Burns
  • Published 4 December 1991
  • Physics
Introduction. Review of Conventional Superconductors. Structures. Normal State Properties. Superconducting Properties. Vortex Behavior, Jc and Applications. Bibliography. Notes For The Chapters. Problems at the end of each chapter. Index. 
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