Longitudinal current dissipation in Bose-glass superconductors.

@article{Nelson1996LongitudinalCD,
  title={Longitudinal current dissipation in Bose-glass superconductors.},
  author={Nelson and Radzihovsky},
  journal={Physical review. B, Condensed matter},
  year={1996},
  volume={54 10},
  pages={
          R6845-R6848
        }
}
  • Nelson, Radzihovsky
  • Published 5 June 1996
  • Materials Science, Medicine, Physics
  • Physical review. B, Condensed matter
A scaling theory of vortex motion in Bose-glass superconductors with currents parallel to the common direction of the magnetic field and columnar defects is presented. Above the Bose-glass transition, the longitudinal dc resistivity {rho}{sub {vert_bar}{vert_bar}}({ital T}){approximately}({ital T}{minus}{ital T}{sub BG}){sup {nu}{sup {prime}}}{ital z}{sup {prime}} vanishes much faster than the corresponding transverse resistivity {rho}{sub {perpendicular}}({ital T}){approximately}({ital T… 
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