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  1. Superconductivity: McGill Univ. 1968 Summer School Proceedings by P. R. Wallace, 1969-01-01
  2. Advances in Superconductivity VIII: Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium on Superconductivity (Iss'95), October 30-November 2, 1995, Hamamatsu
  3. A new method in the theory of superconductivity by N. N Bogoliubov, 1959
  4. Theory of Superconductivity (Monographs and Texts in Physics and Astronomy, Volume XIV) by G. Rickayzen, 1965
  5. Superconductivity and quantum fluids, (International series of monographs in natural philosophy) by Zygmunt M Galasiewicz, 1970
  6. New Developments in Superconductivity Research
  7. New Topics in Superconductivity Research
  8. Electromagnetic Absorption in the Copper Oxide Superconductors (Selected Topics in Superconductivity) by Frank J. Owens, Charles P. Poole Jr., 1999-01-31
  9. High-Temperature Superconductivity: An Introduction by Gerald Burns, 1991-11-20
  10. High Temperature Superconductivity: Proceedings : The Los Alamos Symposium, 1989 by D. Coffey, David E. Meltzer, et all 1990-03
  11. New Theory on High Current Superconductivity at Room Temperature and Above in Quasi one Dimensional Systems by Mihir Sen, 1995
  12. Room-Temperature Superconductivity by Andrei Mourachkine, 2004-01-01
  13. Novel Superconductivity by Stuart A. Wolf, Vladimir Z. Kresin, 1987-10-01
  14. Case Studies in Superconducting Magnets: Design and Operational Issues (Selected Topics in Superconductivity) by Yukikazu Iwasa, 1994-11-16

101. Superconductivity
The State and LandGrant University of Arkansas • Early Integration • superconductivity • Senior Walk Back to the Front Page. superconductivity.

102. Superconductivity In Plastic
Ben Stein superconductivity in Plastic. superconductivity in plastic has been observed by Bertram Batlogg at Bell Labs. Plastic is

superconductivity by VL Ginzburg EA Andryushin (PN Lebedev Phys. Inst.) What is superconductivity? How was it discovered? What
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What is superconductivity? How was it discovered? What are the properties of superconductors, how are they applied now, and how are they likely to become widely used in the near future? These are just some of the questions which this book by two leading authorities in the field sets out to answer. Starting with the discovery of superconductivity over eighty years ago, the book guides the reader through the many years of subsequent exploration, right up to the latest sensational findings. Written in a lively, nontechnical style, this book makes ideal background reading for any school or college-level study of superconductivity. The authors paint detailed pictures of the phenomena involved without mathematical formalism, appealing instead to physical intuition.
  • The Discovery of Superconductivity
  • Physics of Superconductivity
  • The Nature of Superconductivity
  • Applications of Superconductivity
  • The Superconducting Boom

Readership: Physicists and physics students.

104. Superconductivity Links
superconductivity Links. There are literally scores of excellent web pages on superconductivity (SC) and I list only a fraction here.
Superconductivity Links
There are literally scores of excellent web pages on superconductivity (SC) and I list only a fraction here. The topics range from explanations of SC, to its history, to chemical structure, to products, to middle school and high school programs. I encourage you to follow the links from these pages and to get lost in them.
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107. Nanoscale Superconductivity And Magnetism
Links, Site Map, VSM Research groups, Interfaces Wetting Pulsed fields, Laser Spectroscopy Scanning Probe Microscopy, Nanoscale superconductivity and Magnetism.
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Nanoscale Superconductivity and Magnetism ... Prof. Victor V. Moshchalkov
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108. ECE - Science And Technology Center For Superconductivity
Science and Technology Center for superconductivity. The Science and Technology Center for superconductivity (STCS) is a National
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Science and Technology Center for Superconductivity
The Science and Technology Center for Superconductivity (STCS) is a National Science Foundation center run jointly by the University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign, Northwestern University, University of Chicago, and Argonne National Laboratory. The four institutions cooperate extensively in the field of high-temperature superconductivity (HTS) research and in educational outreach and engage the emerging superconductivity industry in STCS research activities. The center has organized the research on the fundamentals of HTS into three basic themes: underlying chemistry and structure of HTS materials; pairing states and their implications; and vortex dynamics and critical currents. Areas of technological interest where STCS has particular interest or advantage are addressed as projects. Currently, work is being conducted on MOCVD, a scalable, economical deposition technique, and on high-frequency measurements (GHz to THz) of HTS materials and patterned devices made from them.
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109. Considerations About Plasmoid Phenomena And Superconductivity - Paper By Edward
Considerations about Plasmoid Phenomena and superconductivity Phenomena. 15, 1996.. Considerations about Plasmoid Phenomena and superconductivity Phenomena.
Return to the INE Main Page Considerations about Plasmoid Phenomena and Superconductivity Phenomena Edward Lewis
P. O. Box 13050
Chicago, Illinois 60613 [Received via email to INE, June 1996; revised July 1996, and Oct. 1996.]
[Reposted Nov. 15, 1996.]
Considerations about Plasmoid Phenomena and Superconductivity Phenomena Abstract There seems to be substantial evidence for identifying superconducting vortices in superconducting substances as a plasmoid phenomena similar to ball lightning or whirlwinds. MHD models about astrophysical "force-free filaments" as developed by Bostick, Alfven, Peratt, and Lerner is discussed in relation to superconductivity. I have been speculating that the "superconducting vortices" associated with the superconductivity phenomena may be a type of plasmoid similar to other kinds of plasmoids such as ball lightning(BL) and tornadoes and stars. The vortices are in many ways similar to plasmoids and the two seem to be associated. In order to test for the identity of the "vortices" as plasmoids, one suggestion is to see whether the "vortices" may leave surfaces as do plasmoids and travel in gas and liquids to leave marks on materials like plasmoid marks. The phenomena are already known to travel through vacuum gaps between superconducting materials. K. Shoulders wrote(2) that the chains of plasmoids that he calls "EV chains" traveling on guide surfaces may leave a guide surface and travel free through the gas as the "gas pressure" in his apparatus is increased. As do other plasmoids(16), these phenomena may also emit beams or jets like quasars, especially when they disrupt.

110. Superconductors
Superconductors, a nonprofit, non-affiliated Website, provides this clear introduction to the world of superconductors. Starting appropriately with Heike Kamerlingh Onnes, the


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