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Superconductivity in Ternary Compounds II

Superconductivity and Magnetism

by M. Brian Maple

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Published by Springer Berlin Heidelberg in Berlin, Heidelberg .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Physics

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    Other titlesWith contributions by numerous experts
    Statementedited by M. Brian Maple, Øystein Fischer
    SeriesTopics in Current Physics -- 34, Topics in Current Physics -- 34
    ContributionsFischer, Øystein
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC611.9-611.98
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] :
    Paginationv.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27090139M
    ISBN 10364281896X, 3642818943
    ISBN 109783642818967, 9783642818943
    OCLC/WorldCa851393270

    Superconductivity is the set of physical properties observed in certain materials where electrical resistance vanishes and magnetic flux fields are expelled from the material. Any material exhibiting these properties is a an ordinary metallic conductor, whose resistance decreases gradually as its temperature is lowered even down to near absolute zero, a superconductor has. Abstract. A new group of ternary borides has been found that show either ferromagnetism or superconductivity. Their general formula is MRh 4 B 4 where M is a transition or rare-earth element. Their superconducting transition temperatures range from approximately K for the Sm compound to approximately 12 K for the Lu compound.

      We examined some AlB2-type (C32 structure) boron compounds for superconductivity down to K; the compounds have the formula MeB2(Me Ti,Zr,Hf,V,Nb,Ta,Cr,Mo) (the atomic ratio of . History of Superconductivity [M1] P. F. Dahl (), Superconductivity. Its Historical Roots and Development from Mercury to the Ceramic Oxides, American Institute of Physics, New York.

    exhibit the phenomenon of superconductivity ever since its discovery in Superconductivity is thus not an uncommon phenomenon and in fact, more than different compounds are presently known. However, most of them possess T c less than 10K and a handful of binary and ternary compounds or alloys possess T c in the range K. The recent discovery of superconductivity in some rare earth ternary and actinide compounds has led to considerable experimental and theoretical activity in the field of magnetic superconductors. The ternary compounds ErRh/sub 4/B/sub 4/ and HoMo/sub 6/S/sub 8/ exhibit reentrant superconductivity.


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Superconductivity, Magnetism and Their Mutual Interaction in Ternary Rare Earth Rhodium Borides and Some Ternary Rare Earth Transition Metal Stannides M. Superconductivity in Ternary Compounds II Superconductivity and Magnetism.

Editors: Maple, M.B., Fischer, O. (Eds.) Free Preview. Superconductivity, Magnetism and Their Mutual Interaction in Ternary Rare Earth Rhodium Borides and Some Ternary Rare Earth Transition Metal Stannides Pages Maple, M.

(et al.). The interest in ternary superconductors originated in when B.T. Matthias and his co-workers first discovered superconductivity in several ternary molybdenum sulfide compounds that had been synthesized in by R.

Chevrel. Sergent. and J. Prigent. The superconducting critical temperature Tc of one of the compounds. Get this from a library. Superconductivity in Ternary Compounds II: Superconductivity and Magnetism.

[M Brian Maple; Ø Fischer] -- This Topics in Current Physics (TCP) Volume Superconductivity in Ternary Compounds II book is concerned primarily with super conductivity and magnetism, and the mutual interaction of these two phenomena in ternary rare earth compounds.

It is. Superconductivity in Ternary Compounds II: Superconductivity and Magnetism ().pdf writen by M. Maple, O. Fischer: This Topics in Current Physics (TCP) Volume 34 is concerned primarily with super- conductivity and magnetism, and the mutual interaction of these two phenomena in ternar.

Abstract. The discoveries of superconductivity in two particular classes of ternary compounds by MATTHIAS et al. [, 2] catalyzed the recent intense research on ternary superconductors [], These classes are: (i) rhombohedral or triclinic Chevrel phases M x Mo 6 X 8, where X is a chalcogen and M can be any of a large number of metal atoms [–6], including the rare earths (RE) [, 8.

1. Introduction. Ternary silicides and germanides crystallize in a variety of crystal structures and incorporate 3d, 4d, or 5d transition metal elements.However, in these substances, transition metal elements often have no magnetic moment and contribute to inducing superconductivity.

The discoveries of superconductivity in two particular classes of ternary compounds by MATTHIAS et al. [,2] catalyzed the recent intense research on ternary superconductors [].

These classes. The ternary compound ErRh 4 B 4 is the first material to show re-entrant superconductivity due to the occurrence of long-range magnetic order (Fertig et al., ). It superconducts below K, and becomes normal below about K commensurate with an onset of magnetic ordering below this temperature.

Superconductivity was discovered in when the element mercury exhibited zero resistance at T c = K, and it has been subsequently found in many elements, alloys, and compounds. This chapter comments on and provides tables with systematic listings of critical temperature values for the main classes of superconducting materials.

Superconductivity in ternary compounds II: superconductivity and megnetism. [M Brian Maple; Ø Fischer; H F Braun;] Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: M Brian Maple; Ø Fischer; H F Braun. Find more information about: ISBN:   From the history of the superconductivity, it can be indicated two cornerstone findings as (i) the discovery of superconductivity in cuprates, and (ii) the discovery of high T c (∼39 K) in MgB 2, which are stimulated theoretical and experimental searches to understand of structural and electronic properties of these kinds of compounds.

Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Superconductivity in ternary compounds II. Berlin ; New York: Springer-Verlag,   During the last few years a number of ternary vanadium and niobium compounds with the.

structure were prepared which also exhibit superconductivity [], similar electrical properties at low temperatures and drastic changes of the electrical behaviour when sulfur is partially substituted by phosphorous [11] or a mixed selenide/phosphide. At the B-poor side on the ternary phase diagram, we discovered Sc20C8−xBxC20 (x = 1 or 2) crystallizing in a tetragonal layered structure.

Transport, magnetic, and thermal measurements revealed that the sample exhibited the typical type-II superconductivity at Tc = K. This book then explores several topics, including superconductors, phonon effects, electronic structure, A systematics, as well as disorder and transport.

Other chapters discuss the interrelationships between superconductivity and magnetism. This text discusses as well the magnetic field dependent effects in the rare-earth ternary compounds. Superconductivity at K in the ternary LaRu 2 As 2 compound Qi Guo 1, Bo-Jin Pan 1, Jia Yu, Bin-Bin Ruan, Dong-Yun Chen, Xiao-Chuan Wang1, Qing-Ge Mu1, Gen-Fu Chen1, 2, Zhi-An Ren1, 2 * 1 Institute of Physics and Beijing National Laboratory for Condensed Matter Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, BeijingChina 2 Collaborative Innovation Center of Quantum Matter, Beijing Ternary compounds Mg(Mg1–xAlx)Si ( compound (x = ) is isomorphous with the anticotunnite, or the TiNiSi structure, and crystallizes with space group Pnma, with lattice parameters a = (2), b = (1), c = (2) Å, and Z.

In a search for gold hydrides, an initial discouraging result of no theoretical stability in any binary AuHn at P compounds, A = Li, Na, K, Rb, and Cs, is examined; of these, certain K, Rb, and Cs compounds are predicted to be thermodynamically stable. All contain AuH2– molecular units and are semiconducting.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Superconductivity in ternary compounds. Berlin ; New York: Springer-Verlag, (OCoLC) Document Type.Get this from a library! Superconductivity in Ternary Compounds I: Structural, Electronic, and Lattice Properties. [Øystein Fischer; M Brian Maple] -- The structural.

electronic and lattice properties of superconducting ternary com pounds are the subject of this Topics volume. Its companion volume (Topics in Cur rent Physics.

Volume 34) deals.In retrospect, the compounds were restricted to binary and pseudo-binary phases and solid solutions and Bernd's generalizations really did not encompass the subtleties of ternary and more complex structures such as the layered cuprate structures in which Bednorz and Müller discovered high temperature superconductivity and likely another.