Semi-Meissner state and neither type-I nor type-II superconductivity in multicomponent superconductors

@inproceedings{Babaev2005SemiMeissnerSA,
  title={Semi-Meissner state and neither type-I nor type-II superconductivity in multicomponent superconductors},
  author={E. A. Babaev and James Martin Speight},
  year={2005}
}
Traditionally, superconductors are categorized as type I or type II. Type-I superconductors support only Meissner and normal states, while type-II superconductors form magnetic vortices in sufficiently strong applied magnetic fields. Recently there has been much interest in superconducting systems with several species of condensates, in fields ranging from condensed matter to high energy physics. Here we show that the classification into types I and II is insufficient for such multicomponent… CONTINUE READING

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