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Superconductivity in nanostructures, high-Tc and novel superconductors, organic superconductors : with 26 tables.

Author: Karl-Heinz Bennemann; J B Ketterson
Publisher: Berlin [u.a.] : Springer, 2004.
Series: Physics of superconductors / K.H. Bennemann; J.B. Ketterson (eds.), vol. 2.
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Deals with novel superconductors, such as heavy-fermion metals and organic materials, and includes granular superconductors.


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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Karl-Heinz Bennemann; J B Ketterson
ISBN: 3540442324 9783540442325
OCLC Number: 249649485
Description: XIV, 1140 S : ill., graph. Darst.
Contents: 1 Recent Developments.- 2 Nanostructured Superconductors.- 3 Proximity-Coupled Systems: Quasiclassical Theory of Superconductivity.- 4 Universal Properties of Cuprate Superconductors: Evidence and Implications.- 5 Photoemission in the High-Tc Superconductors.- 6 Concepts in High Temperature Superconductivity.- 7 Organic Superconductors.- 8 Unconventional Superconductivity in Novel Materials.- 9 Electronic Theory for Superconductivity in High-Tc, Cuprates and Sr2Ru04.- 10 Heavy Fermion Superconductivity.- 11 Superfluid 3He and the Cuprate Superconductors.- Author Index.- of Volume I.- History of Superconductivity.- K. H. Bennemann, J . B. Ketterson.- 1.1 Introduction.- 1.2 High Transition-Temperature Superconductivity and Novel Superconductors.- 1.3 Summary.- 2 Theoretical Foundation: Phenomenology and Microscopic Theory.- L. Pitaevskii.- 2.1 Non-Diagonal Long Range Order and Superfluidity.- 2.2 Non-Diagonal Long Range Order in Superconductors.- 2.3 London Equation.- 2.4 Thermodynamics of Superconductors in a Magnetic Field.- 2.5 The Intermediate State of Superconductors.- 2.6 The Ginzburg-Landau Theory.- 2.7 Surface Energy at the Boundary Between Normal and Superconducting Phases.- 2.8 Superconductors of the Second Kind.- 2.9 Quantized Vortex Lines.- 2.10 Vortex-Vortex Interactions.- 2.11 Cooper-Pairing.- 2.12 Energy Spectrum of a Superconductor.- 2.13 Thermodynamic Properties of Superconductors.- 2.14 Elements of the Theory of Green's Functions.- 2.15 Green's Function of a Superconductor.- 2.16 Temperature Green's Functions.- 2.17 Temperature Green's Functions of a Superconductor.- 3 Fluctuation Phenomena in Superconductors.- A. 1. Larkin, A. A. Varlamov.- 3.1 Introduction.- 3.2 Ginzburg-Landau Formalism : Thermodynamics.- 3.3 Fluctuations Below the Critical Temperature.- 3.4 Ginzburg-Landau Theory of Fluctuations in Transport Phenomena.- 3.5 Fluctuations Near S-I Transition.- 3.6 Microscopic Derivation of the TDGL Equation.- 3.7 Fluctuation Conductivity.- 3.8 Manifestation of Fluctuations in Various Properties.- 3.9 Conclusions.- 4 Electron-Phonon Superconductivity.- F . Marsiglio, J. P. Carbotte.- 4.1 Introduction.- 4.2 The Electron-Phonon Interaction: Overview.- 4.3 The Phonons.- 4.4 The Critical Temperature and the Energy Gap.- 4.5 Thermodynamics and Critical Magnetic Fields.- 4.6 Response Functions.- 4.7 Summary.- 4.8 Appendix: Microscopic Developments.- 5 Theory of Superconducting Alloys.- L. P. Gor'kov.- 5.1 Introduction.- 5.2 Averages of Green Functions Over Impurities.- 5.3 Superconducting Alloys with a Small Gap.- 5.4 Paramagnetic Alloys and Gapless Superconductivity.- 5.5 Eilenberger Equations.- 5.6 Final Remark.- H. R. Ott.- 6.1 Introduction.- 6.2 Typical Structural Characteristics.- 6.3 Occurrence of Superconductivity.- 6.4 Physical Properties of Copper Oxides.- 6.6 Final Remarks.- 7 Spin Fluctuation Model for d-wave Superconductivity.- A. V. Chubukov, D. Pines, and J. Schmalian.- 7.1 Introduction and Overview.- 7.2 Spin-Fermion Model.- 7.3 Summary of Strong-Coupling Theory for Electron-Phonon Pairing.- 7.4 Strong-Coupling Approach to Spin-Fermion Interaction.- 7.5 Fingerprints of Spin Fermion Pairing.- 7.6 Comparison with the Experiments on Cuprates.- 7.7 Conclusions.- 8 Tunneling Spectroscopy of Conventional and Unconventional Superconductors.- J . Zasadzinski.- 8.1 Introduction.- 8.2 Basic Tunneling Phenomenology.- 8.3 Tunneling and Strong-Coupling Effects: Microscopic Picture.- 8.4 Tunneling Spectroscopy of Conventional Superconductors.- 8.5 Tunneling in High-Temperature Superconductors.- 8.6 Heavy Fermion Sup erconductors.- 8.7 Organic Superconductors.- 8.8 Other Materials.- 8.9 Conclusions.- 9 Pairing Symmetry in Cuprate Superconductors: Phase-Sensitive Tests.- C. C. Tsuei, J. R. Kirtley.- 9.1 Introduction.- 9.2 Phase-Sensitive Tests: Theoretical Background.- 9.3 Phase-Sensitive Tests: Experiments.- 9.4 Universality of t he d-Wave Pair State.- 9.5 Implications of d-Wave Pairing Symmetry.- 9.6 Conclusions.- 10 Vortex Matter.- G. Blatter, V. B. Geshkenbein.- 10.1 Introduction.- 10.2 Ginzburg-Landau- and London Theories.- 10.3 Vortex Lines.- 10.4 Vortex Lattice.- 10.5 Layered Materials.- 10.6 Anisotropic Scaling Theory.- 10.7 Statistical Mechanics.- 10.8 Quenched Disorder : Pinning and Creep.- 10.9 Uncorrelated Disorder: Collective Pinning and Creep.- 10.10 Correlated Disorder.- 10.11 Surface- and Geometrical Barriers.- 10.12 Vortex Glasses.- 10.1 3 Concluding Remarks.
Series Title: Physics of superconductors / K.H. Bennemann; J.B. Ketterson (eds.), vol. 2.


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