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Investigation of microstructure, composition and electroconductivity of CuOx ceramics before and after influence of laser radiation
Author(s): A. S. Kuzanyan; V. A. Petrosyan; V. T. Tatoyan; V. S. Kuzanyan; V. R. Nikoghosyan; V. H. Vardanyan; S. Kh. Pilosyan; A. M. Gulian
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Paper Abstract

The influence of laser radiation is one of the means of changing the microstructure, physical properties of solids and stabilizing metastable states. In this work we investigate the influence of laser radiation on surface morphology, composition and electrical conduction of copper oxide ceramic samples. The samples were synthesized under different conditions; part of them was covered by copper film and subjected to additional thermal treatment. The laser processing of crystal surfaces was carried out by the radiation by the second and third harmonics of a YAG:Nd laser. We have studied the temperature dependence of resistivity and the volt-ampere characteristics of the samples within the 77-300 K temperature range. In some of the samples we have observed HTSC-like drop of resistivity at ≤ 250 K temperatures.

Paper Details

Date Published: 4 April 2011
PDF: 9 pages
Proc. SPIE 7998, International Conference on Laser Physics 2010, 799812 (4 April 2011); doi: 10.1117/12.891714
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A. S. Kuzanyan, Institute for Physical Research (Armenia)
V. A. Petrosyan, Institute for Physical Research (Armenia)
V. T. Tatoyan, Institute for Physical Research (Armenia)
V. S. Kuzanyan, Institute for Physical Research (Armenia)
V. R. Nikoghosyan, Institute for Physical Research (Armenia)
V. H. Vardanyan, Institute for Physical Research (Armenia)
S. Kh. Pilosyan, P.N. Lebedev Physical Institute (Russian Federation)
A. M. Gulian, Physics Art Frontiers (United States)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 7998:
International Conference on Laser Physics 2010
Aram V. Papoyan, Editor(s)

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