Titel: New Trends in Superconductivity
'NATO Science Series II Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry'.
Herausgegeben von James F. Annett, Sergei Kruchinin
30. Juni 2002 - gebunden - 460 Seiten
New Trends in Superconductivity contains up-to-date papers covering the most exciting current topics in superconductivity research. The main areas include cuprate superconductivity, covering mechanisms, pairing symmetry, pseudogap, stripes, growth and synthesis; novel superconductors, including MgB2, Sr2RuO4, borocarbides and C60-based systems; and mesoscopic superconductors and vortex matter, including vortex structure, type II superconductors, macroscopic quantum coherence and qubit devices and multilayer systems.
A useful, up-to-date reference of current research in all of these rapidly developing fields of superconductivity.
Part I: Cuprate superconductivity.
Growth and doping of MBE prepared cuprate films; I. Lagues, et al. Growth of a hard-grown single crystal-Bi2SR2Ca2O10+delta; C.T. Lin, B. Liang. Exchange and spinfluctuation pairing in the two-band Hubbard model Applications to cuprate; N.M. Plakida. High temperatures superconductors in high frequency fields; C.T. Rieck, K. Scharnberg. Stripe-like inhomogeneities, carriers, and BCS-BEC crossover in the high Tc cuprates; J. Ashkenazi. Charge- and spin-density-wave superconductors: Psuedogap puzzle in the cuprates; A.M. Gabovich, et al. Strong-coupling superconductivity with d-wave order parameter and s-wave gap applications to cuprates; A.S. Alexandrov. Theory of BSCCO bicrystal C-axis twist Josephson junctions: a new phase-sensitive test of order parameter symmetry; R.M. Klemm. Time reversal breaking states and spontaneous current patterns in Josephson junction of d-wave superconductors; M.H.S. Amin. Electronic thermal conductivity of partially-gapped CDW superconductors; M. Ausloos. Peculiarities of the spectrum of strongly correlated electrons; A. Sherman, M. Schreiber. Pair-transfer superconductivity on doping determined bands and the pseudogap; N. Kristoffel, P. Rubin. Extended Brinkman-Rice picture and its application to high-Tc superconductors; H.-T. Kim. Many band effects in superconductivity; H. Nagao et al. Study on electronic specific heat of La2-XSrxCuO4: pseudogap and superconductivity; N. Momono, et al. Correlation between superconducting gap and pseudogap in High-Tc cooperates; M. Oda, et al. High spin paramagnetic centers in tetragonal phase of Er123, Dy123, and (er,Y)123 compounds; V. Likodimos, et al. EPR study of spin clusters in oxygen deficient R123 compounds; V. Likodimos, et al.
Part II: Novel superconductors.
Superconductivity in pure and electron-doped MgB2: transport properties and pressure effects; B. Lorenz, et al. Superconductivity gap and electron-phonon interaction in MgB2 thin film studied by point contact; N.L. Bobrov. A two-band approach to MgB2 superconductivity; T. Örd, N. Kristoffel. Specific heat and disorder in the mixed state of non-magnetic borocarbides and a comparison with exotic superconductors; D. Lipp, et al. On the influence of a non-local electrodynamics in the irreversible magnetization of non-magnetic borocarbides; A.V. Silhanek. Spontaneous spin polarization and electronic states in platinum nano-particles towards compacted superconductivity; H. Hori. Calculation of correlation functions for superconductivity models; N.N. Bogolubov. Theoretical analysis of the symmetry of the order parameter in unconventional superconductors: singlet versus triplet pairing; D. Manske. P-wave pairing in superconducting Sr2RuO4; Litak. High temperatures superconductivity of semi-localized 2D electron system with circular molecular orbits; M. Sugahara. Two- particle green function in the theory of superconductivity of HTSC and C60 crystals; A.M. Yaremko.
Part III: Mesoscopic Superconductors.
Vortex structure in mesoscopic superconductors; F.M. Peeters, B.J. Baelus. Quantum measurement of charge and flux qubits; Y. Makhlin. Nanostructured superconductor/ferromagnet bilayers; M. Lange, et al. Half-integer number vortices in the Ginzburg-Landau-Higgs model; G. Stenuit, et al. The hydrodynamic instability in the