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Abnormal magnetic properties and high-temperature superconductivity of metal and semiconductor single crystals
Author(s): Alexander V. Brodovoi; V. A. Brodovoi; V. G. Kolesnichenko; S. P. Kolesnik; L. M. Khnorozok; Valery V. Skorokhod; S. M. Solonin
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Paper Abstract

The influence of the deformation on the magnetic susceptibility of molybdenum and zinc single crystals in the range 77 divided by 300K at the magnetic fields 0,03 divided by 2.5KOe has been investigated. It is deduced that the increase of a deformation degree causes the essential growth of paramagnetism and the occurrence of nonlinear susceptibility dependence on the intensity of a magnetic field. At room temperature and H < 100Oe the abnormal diamagnetism increase have been observed. This phenomenon can be explained by the occurrence of superconductive phases in the bulk of the crystal. We have established that the ten-fold abnormal diamagnetism increase is observed for (InSb)0.95(CdTe)0.05 solid solution when the temperature falls. This phenomenon can be explained due to the emergence of metal superconductive modifications in the bulk of the crystal.

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Date Published: 26 August 1997
PDF: 5 pages
Proc. SPIE 3182, Material Science and Material Properties for Infrared Optoelectronics, (26 August 1997); doi: 10.1117/12.280447
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Alexander V. Brodovoi, Institute for Problems of Materials Science (Ukraine)
V. A. Brodovoi, Institute for Problems of Materials Science (Ukraine)
V. G. Kolesnichenko, Institute for Problems of Materials Science (Ukraine)
S. P. Kolesnik, Institute for Problems of Materials Science (Ukraine)
L. M. Khnorozok, Institute for Problems of Materials Science (Ukraine)
Valery V. Skorokhod, Institute for Problems of Materials Science (Ukraine)
S. M. Solonin, Institute for Problems of Materials Science (Ukraine)


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Material Science and Material Properties for Infrared Optoelectronics

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