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1937). Superconductivity and the theory of metals. 267,268. html 3 Microstructure, Diffusion and Growth Mechanism of Nb3Sn Superconductor by Bronze Technique 1Department Aloke Paul1, Tomi Laurila2 and Vesa Vuorinen2 of Materials Engineering, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore -560012 2Electronics Integration and Reliability, Department of Electronics, Helsinki University of Technology, FIN-02015 TKK 1India 2Finland 1. Introduction Nb-Ti is a widely used superconductor material. However, its use is limited to applications of magnetic field upto 8T (Sharma, 1987).

10. %Tl (left) and Pb+64,8wt%Tl (right). For alloy Pb+64,8wt%Tl curve at 4,21 К obtained for normal state (T>Tc) (After De Haas & Casimir-Jonker, 1935c). Fig. 11. 8wt%Tl. The hatched region denotes the region of gradual flux penetration in magnetic field according to the electrical resistance measurement data (After De Haas & Casimir-Jonker, 1935a). 26 Superconductor Fig. 12. Cryogenic Laboratory’s Researchers, 1933. Maslov (ninth). V. De Haas from autumn of 1926 until summer of 1930 at Kamerlingh Onnes Laboratory (it was there exactly that the Shubnikov–De Haas Effect – the periodic magnetoresistance oscillations in pure metal at low temperatures – was discovered), knew well about his research into superconducting alloys.

J. (1935). Note on the superconductivity of alloys. 449-452. J. (1964). Some remarks on superconductivity of the second kind. 27-29. T. (1980). High-field, high-current superconductors. 881-887. T. (1981). The road to superconducting materials. 34-43. C. (1940). Superconductivity. Phys. 338. Kamerlingh Onnes H. (1911). Further experiments with liquid helium. D. On the change of the electrical resistance of pure metals at very low temperatures, etc. V. The disappearance of the resistance of mercury.

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