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Chemistry of Oxide Superconductors
C N R Rao
Blackwell Science,1988 [ISBN 0632023023]
This book is intended to highlight the chemical
aspects of oxide superconductors, giving an idea as to how solid state
chemistry (structure, bonding and stoichiometry) play a crucial role
in the superconductivity of these high-temperature oxide superconductors.
Chemistry of high-temperature oxide superconductors;
The role of crystal chemistry for generation of high-Twc oxide superconductors;
Ba(Pb,Bi)Ow3 superconductors and their relationship to the copper oxide
based superconductors; Chemistry and high-Twc superconductivity in the
La-Ba-Cu-O system; Synthesis, structural chemistry and properties of
YBAw2Cuw3Ow7-x; High-Twc superconductivity in LnBaw2Cuw3Ow7 (Ln = La-Yb,
Y) compounds; Chemistry-Twc relations in oxide superconductors; Thermal
decomposition studies of YBAw2CUw3Ow7-x using beam modulation mass spectrometry;
Kinetics of oxygen uptake in YBaw2Cuw3 Owx; The role of oxygen in
YBaw2Cuw3Ow7-(SY); Are one-dimensional structural features essential
for superconductivity at 90 K; Isoelectronic analogs of the high temperature
oxide superconductor; Substitutional chemistry of the 1:2:3 phase and
studies of the Yw2O w3-SrO-CuO phase diagram; Theory of superconductivity
in systems with strong coulomb correlations, with applications to the
organic and oxide superconductors; Raman scattering studies of the copper-oxygen
vibrations and oxygen order in La, Y-Ba, Sr-Cu oxides; A simple method
prepare high-Twc superconducting thin films: pulsed laser deposition;
High-temperature superconductivity in bismuth and thallium cuprates.
© 1998 Blackwell Science
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