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Study Of High Temperature Oxide Superconductors
Author(s): M. K. Wu; J. R. Ashburn; C. A. Higgins; W. E. Carswell; B. H. Loo; D. H. Burns; A. Ibrahim; T. Rolin; P. N. Peters; R. C. Sisk
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Paper Abstract

Superconducting 123 films can be fabricated using the green 211 phase as a substrate. The superconducting characteristics of these films are better than the characteristics found when other oxide compounds are used as substrates. Using high temperature processing, 211 phase oxide can be partially converted to 123 phase. Using the same process, a new high Tc copper oxide compound with non-rare earth elements was prepared. High temperature proceEsing presents an alternative synthetic route in the search for new high Tc superconductors.

Paper Details

Date Published: 18 May 1988
PDF: 8 pages
Proc. SPIE 0879, Sensing, Discrimination, and Signal Processing and Superconducting Materials and Intrumentation, (18 May 1988); doi: 10.1117/12.943988
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M. K. Wu, University of Alabama-Huntsville (United States)
J. R. Ashburn, University of Alabama-Huntsville (United States)
C. A. Higgins, University of Alabama-Huntsville (United States)
W. E. Carswell, University of Alabama-Huntsville (United States)
B. H. Loo, University of Alabama-Huntsville (United States)
D. H. Burns, University of Alabama-Huntsville (United States)
A. Ibrahim, University of Alabama-Huntsville (United States)
T. Rolin, University of Alabama-Huntsville (United States)
P. N. Peters, Marshall Space Flight Center (United States)
R. C. Sisk, Marshall Space Flight Center (United States)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 0879:
Sensing, Discrimination, and Signal Processing and Superconducting Materials and Intrumentation
James A. Ionson; Roy Nichols, Editor(s)

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