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  1. Superconductivity, Volume 1:Proceedings of the Advanced Summer Study Institute, McGill University, Montreal by P R Wallace, 1969
  2. Superconductivity in Complex Systems (Structure and Bonding)
  3. High-Temperature Superconductivity: Experiment and Theory by N. M. Plakida, 1995-01
  4. Theory of Nonequilibrium Superconductivity (International Series of Monographs on Physics) by Nikolai B. Kopnin, 2001-07-19
  5. Superconductivity and Superfluidity by T. Tsuneto, 2005-10-06
  6. Superconductivity Research Developments
  7. The Cold Wars: A History of Superconductivity by Jean Matricon, Charles Glashausser, 2003-08
  8. Superfluids: Volume I - Macroscopic Theory of Superconductivity by Fritz London, 1961
  9. Superconductivity and Applications
  10. The Path of No Resistance: The Story of the Revolution in Superconductivity by Bruce Schechter, 1989-03
  11. Superconductivity (Advanced Technology Series) by Dave Prochnow, 1989-02-01
  12. Advances in Superconductivity IV: Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Superconductivity (Iss '91, October 14-17, 1991 Tokyo) by H. Hayakawa, 1992-04
  13. Advances in Superconductivity III: Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Superconductivity (Iss '90, November 6-9, 1990, Sendai) by Miyagi International Symposium on Superconductivity 1990 Sendai-Shi, K. Kajimura, 1991-06
  14. Advances in Superconductivity V: Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Superconductivity (Iss '92, November 16-19, 1992, Kobe) by Y. Bando, 1993-05

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62. International Journal Of Modern Physics B
Launched in 1987, this journal covers the most important aspects of, as well as the latest developments in, Condensed Matter, Statistical, Applied Physics and High Tc superconductivity. One unique feature of this journal is its review section which contains articles with permanent research value

63. The Lemberger Superconductivity Laboratory
Thomas Lemberger s superconductivity research lab in the department of physics at The Ohio State University. This page uses frames
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64. Cryogenics (journal)
International journal of low temperature engineering including applied superconductivity, cryoelectronics, cryophysics, cryogenics in medicine, and refrigeration and liquefaction technology. Mostly a subscription/information site.
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65.   Oxide Physics Research
The programme is a collaboration of experimental and theoretical physicists working on the behaviour of correlated electrons in oxide materials. Based in the School of Physics and Astronomy at Birmingham University, United Kingdom. Materials of interest include the high temperature cuprate superconductors, nonFermi liquid physics near quantum critical points, unconventional superconductivity in the ruthanates and heavy fermion behaviour in lithium vanadate.
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Introduction Welcome to the web pages of the Oxide Research Programme. The research programme is a collaborative effort between experimental and theoretical physicists, together with material scientists, with the common goal of understanding of the behaviour of correlated electrons in oxide materials. The work is distributed across the collaborating institutions: at the University of St Andrews (School of Physics and Astronomy), at the University of Birmingham (in the School of Physics and Astronomy and also the School of Chemistry) and in the Low Temperature Physics group at the Cavendish Laboratory in Cambridge. We also work with a number of international collaborations. The experimental work is headed by Professor Andy Mackenzie (St Andrews) and the theoretical work by Professor Andy Schofield (Birmingham). What are correlated electrons?

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AMAC International Inc. based in Newport News, Virginia is a high tech company operating at the cutting edge of technologies: high RF power input couplers windows, superconducting Mag-Lev, cryogenic transfer lines tanks, carbon nanotubes, and special magnet designs are considered our specialty. In addition to our engineering capabilities, AMAC serves as a representative/consultant for manufacturers interested in exporting their products into Asia. AMAC currently represents more than 14 companies located in the US, Europe, and Japan. Dr. Quan-Sheng Shu , President of AMAC is a world wide recognized scientist who has a strong background in the fields of accelerators, superconductivity and cryogenics. AMAC Intl, Inc.
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67. Superconductivity - Home
2nd year chemistry web project a small web site about the phenomenon of superconductivity. An introduction to the phenomenon of superconductivity -.
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The site is divided into sections, each of which can be accessed by the buttons in the top right and at the bottom of each page. The relevant sub-sections for each category are listed below and can be accessed from the submenu for each category - clicking the graphic in the upper left of each page (underneath the title logo) will reveal the floating submenu for that page. Clicking it again hides the menu. Whilst the submenu is visible, you can drag it to wherever you want by simply grabbing it anywhere within the layer that isn't a link and dragging (If you lose it you can get it back by clicking the graphic to hide it and then again to show it, when it will reappear on the right again).
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68. Superconductivity - History
2nd year chemistry web project a small web site about the phenomenon of superconductivity. A Brief History of superconductivity.
A Brief History of Superconductivity
The Discovery of Superconduction
Before the discovery of superconduction, it was already known that cooling a metal increased its conductivity - due to decreased electron-phonon interactions (detailed in the Theory section).
After the 'discovery' of liquified helium, allowing objects to be cooled to within 4K of absolute zero, it was discovered (by Onnes, 1911) that when mercury was cooled to 4.15K, its resistance suddenly (and unexpectedly) dropped to zero (i.e. it went superconducting). Left: When Onnes cooled mercury to 4.15K, the resistivity suddenly dropped to zero In 1913, it was discovered that lead went superconducting at 7.2K. It was then 17 years until niobium was found to superconduct at a higher temperature of 9.2K.
Onnes also observed that normal conduction characteristics could be restored in the presence of a strong magnetic field.
The Meissner Effect
It was not until 1933 that physicists became aware of the other property of superconductors - perfect diamagnetism. This was when Meissner and Oschenfeld discovered that a superconducting material cooled below its

69. IEEE Technical Council On Superconductivity
The IEEE Council on superconductivity, CSC promotes programs and activities that cover the science and technology of superconductors and their applications.
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Graphic Submission ... Test The IEEE Council on SuperConductivity, CSC promotes programs and activities that cover the science and technology of superconductors and their applications. Superconducting applications span the range from small scale analog and digital circuits and systems, to large scale applications of electrical power generation, storage, and transmission. Applications include the development and enhancement of the associated materials. The CSC distributes technical information mainly through its quarterly publication of the IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity. To subscribe, click here if you are an IEEE member and go to 'publications' and search on superconductivity. If you are not a member of IEEE, click here to join IEEE first, by clicking on the top line button 'Join or Renew'.

70. Superconductor Science And Technology
Superconductor Science and Technology is a multidisciplinary journal for papers on all aspects of superconductivity.
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71. Institute Of Low Temperature And Structure Research PAS
Part of the Polish Academy of Sciences, in Wroclaw, Poland. Includes information about the departments of superconductivity, and low temperatures.

72. The Centre For Nanoscale Physics
Department of Physics, Centre for Nanoscale Physics ultrafast microscopy, ultrafast spectroscopy, nanocrystals and ion implantation, modelling of dynamics at solid surfaces, superconductivity, phase transitions and biophysics.
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73. Materials By Design: Superconductors
absolute zero. The change from normal electrical conductivity to superconductivity occurs abruptly at a critical temperature T c . A
A superconductor can conduct electricity without electrical resistance at temperatures above absolute zero. The change from normal electrical conductivity to superconductivity occurs abruptly at a critical temperature T c A superconductor is also able to exclude the surrounding magnetic field. This is known as the Meissner Effect. When a small, strong magnet approaches a superconductor, it induces a current in the superconductor. Because the current flows inside the superconductor without electrical resistance, the current induces its own magnetic field which can repel the magnet, producing a force to counteract gravity in order to levitate the magnet above the surface of the superconductor. Superconductors are used in medical instruments such as Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) systems.
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74. Superconductivity Authors/titles Recent Submissions
superconductivity. Authors and titles for recent submissions. State Comm Subjclass superconductivity; Mesoscopic Systems and Quantum Hall Effect
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    Title: Wigner crystallization in a polarizable medium
    Authors: G. Rastelli S. Ciuchi
    Comments: 24 pages, 13 figures
    Subj-class: Strongly Correlated Electrons; Superconductivity
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    Title: Cuprates as doped U(1) spin liquids
    Authors: T. Senthil Patrick A. Lee
    Comments: 11 pages, 7 figures
    Subj-class: Strongly Correlated Electrons; Superconductivity
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    Title: Magnetothermopower and Magnetoresistivity of RuSr2Gd1-xLaxCu2O8 (x=0, 0.1)
    Authors: C.-J. Liu C.-S. Sheu T.-W. Wu L.-C. Huang ... G. V. M. Williams
    Comments: 20 pages, 6 figures
    Subj-class: Disordered Systems and Neural Networks; Superconductivity
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    Y. Kohsaka K. Iwaya S. Satow T. Hanaguri ... H. Takagi Comments: 4 pages, 4 figures Subj-class: Superconductivity
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    Title: Strongly Enhanced Current Densities in Superconducting Coated Conductors of YBa2Cu3O7-x + BaZrO3 Authors: J. L. MacManus-Driscoll

    75. Physics News 531, March 22, 2001
    Physics News current densities hundreds of times greater than that of common metals; also heat conductivity almost as high as that of diamond; superconductivity in nanotube ropes; nanotube/buckyball peapods; nanotubes as atomic force microscope probes.
    Physics News 531, March 22, 2001
    PHYSICS NEWS UPDATE The American Institute of Physics Bulletin of Physics News Number 531 March 22, 2001 by Phillip F. Schewe, Ben Stein, and James Riordon Previous

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    USING THE MOON AS A COSMIC RAY DETECTOR. Some of the ultrahigh-energy cosmic ray neutrinos striking the Moon's soil are expected to set up shock waves of Cerenkov radiation, the light given off by particles (in this case charged particles spawned by neutrinos) traveling faster than light itself in that medium (see schematic drawing at ml) By the way, in this week's issue of Nature, members of the AMANDA collaboration report the observation of cosmic-ray neutrinos, also via the emission of Cerenkov radiation, but in this case the detectors are buried in Antarctic ice (Andres et al., Nature, 22 March 2001.) astronomy

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    ... telescopes A follow-up to one of the articles in this update appeared in: Update 532 Previous Next March 2001 ... American Institute of Physics index and html by the University of Exeter.

    76. The UBC Superconductivity Group
    superconductivity homepage, superconductivity Group UBC Department of Physics and Astronomy, Introduction People Research Papers Datasets Talks Your face here?
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    78. Superconductivity Home Page
    The superconductivity Lab. publication list, or see who our present and former group members are. Weizmann superconductivity lab.
    The Superconductivity Lab
    The group focuses on the study of superconductors. Our main interest is vortex dynamics and vortex matter phase diagram. The materials we investigate are mostly the High-T c superconductors as well as conventional superconductors like NbSe Electrical and magnetic properties of the superconductors are studied using several experimental techniques including local magnetization and susceptibility measurements using arrays of microscopic Hall sensors, transport studies, and magneto-optical measurements. The lab is equipped with various cryogenic and electronic systems for low temperature investigations. We have Hall sensor manufacturing capabilities using the facilities of the submicron center (GaAs MBE, optical and e-beam lithography). In this web site you can read about our research , browse through our publication list , or see who our present and former group members are.

    79. Cryogenic UK - Cryogenic Processing Equipment
    superconductivity and cryomagnetic low temperature engineering and instrumentation. London, with many international contacts listed.
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    'Over thirty years experience in the design and manufacture of cryomagnetic instrumentation for both laboratory research and industrial applications.'
    Cryogenic Ltd. is renowned in low temperature research and material science laboratories world-wide for delivering high quality measurement systems and providing the highest magnetic fields and lower temperatures.
    We are actively committed to developing new products for our existing and future customers. These include our wide range of Liquid Helium Free Magnet systems and Variable Temperature Inserts which are easy to operate and offer significant operational cost benefits. Applications include standard laboratory systems, novel MRI imaging magnets and magnetic separation systems with both wet and dry separation processes. A wide range of automated systems are now available using sophisticated data acquisition software and hardware running under the LabVIEW operating environment.
    Our aim is to deliver the best cryogenic processing equipment at fair prices designed to do the job reliably, using the latest technology without unnecessary cosmetic features. We put great emphasis on robust construction and the best use of materials. Many of our measurement systems, magnet power supplies and cryostats are still in everyday use after more than 20 years. We believe in providing the back-up our customers expect with the personal and responsible approach to be expected of professionals with more than 30 years experience in magnetism and low temperature systems.

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