Crystal structures of the high-Tc superconducting copper-oxides

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  • Copper oxide superconductors.,
  • High temperature superconductivity.,
  • Crystallography.

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Other titlesPhysica. C, superconductivity.
StatementH. Shaked ... [et al.].
SeriesPhysica
ContributionsShaked, H.
The Physical Object
Pagination71 p. :
Number of Pages71
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Open LibraryOL17703909M

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[Bernard Raveau; Claude Michel; Maryvonne Hervieu; Daniel Groult] -- This book presents a complete review of the solid-state chemistry of the materials behind the recent revolution in superconductivity research. Particular attention is paid to the main features that.

This book is based to a large extent on our experience of the crystal chemistry of copper oxides, which we have been studying in the laboratory for more than twelve years, but it also summarizes the main results which have been obtained for these compounds in the last five years relating to their spectacular superconducting by: Physica C () North-Holland Crystal structure and T.

in copper oxides A clue to the mechanism of high-temperature superconductivity Michihito Muroi Department of Physics, The University of Western Australia, Nedlands, W.A.Australia Received 22 September The critical temperature T. of cuprate superconductors has been mapped onto a A Vu,-do plane where A Vm is Cited by: Publisher Summary.

Many superconducting oxides have appeared since the discovery of high-temperature superconductivity. An enormous amount of data on physical and chemical properties, crystal and defect structures, and phase relations has already been reported in researches.

Materials /Chemistry UCSB: High T C copper oxide superconductors and CMR: Ram Seshadri ([email protected]) The Ruddlesden-Popper phases: Ruddlesden-Popper phases are intergrowths of perovskite slabs with rock salt slabs.

First described in the system Sr-Ti-O, the general formula of the the nth member of the phase is (SrTiO 3) n(SrO. High-temperature superconductors (abbreviated high-T c or HTS) are operatively defined as materials that behave as superconductors at temperatures above nearly °C ( °F).

This is in fact the lowest temperature reachable by liquid nitrogen, one of the simplest coolants in cryogenics. All superconducting materials known at ordinary pressures currently work far below ambient.

@article{osti_, title = {Crystal chemistry and superconductivity of the copper oxides}, author = {Goodenough, J B and Manthiram, A}, abstractNote = {This paper highlights the important roles played by crystal chemistry in controlling the superconductive properties of the intergrowth structures of the copper oxides.

Bond-length matching across the intergrowth interface stabilizes at. Abstract. Oxygen-deficient perovskite-type structure, ion ordering and intergrowth of perovskite with rock-salt-type layers are keywords for the mechanisms, described in Chaps.2 and 5 that generate the high-T c superconductor structures.

They are known by solid-state chemists to favor nonstoichiometric : Bernard Raveau, Claude Michel, Maryvonne Hervieu, Daniel Groult.

High-resolution electron microscopy and electron diffraction are quite useful for characterization of structures of high-T c superconducting oxides on the atomic scale.

Valuable information on crystal structures from the observed high-resolution images, severe conditions, such as thinner crystals than 2 nm, and definite defocus values of to Cited by: 7. (in English) Bernard Raveau, Claude Michel, Maryvonne Hervieu and Daniel Groult, Crystal Chemistry of High-Tc Superconducting Copper Oxides, Springer Verlag,p.

(ISBN ) (in English) Chintamani N.R. Rao and Bernard Raveau, Transition Metal Oxides: Structure, Properties, and Synthesis of Ceramic Oxides, John Wiley & Sons.

Measurements of properties of high-temperature superconducting materials. Results. Summary. References. Recommended reading. Crystal Structures and Phase Equilibria (F. Izumi, E. Takayama-Muromachi). Structural features of superconducting copper oxides.

Descriptions of the structures for superconducting copper oxides. The complex crystal chemistry of high Tc superconducting oxides is based on the ability of copper to exhibit the mixed valency Cu(ll)-Cu(lll) and on its Jahn-Teller effect, leading to various.

The crystal structures of these materials are almost all variants of the perovskite lattice, as shown at the right for the superconductor YBa 2 Cu 3 O 7-δ.

An ideal perovskite lattice would have formula ABO 3 = A 3 B 3 O 9. In YBa 2 Cu 3 O 7-δ, Y and Ba occupy the A cation sites, Cu occupies the B sites, and two of the nine O atoms are.

Materials /Chemistry UCSB: High T C copper oxide superconductors: Ram Seshadri ([email protected]) The Ruddlesden-Popper phases: Ruddlesden-Popper phases are intergrowths of perovskite slabs with rock salt slabs. First described in the system Sr-Ti-O, the general formula of the the nth member of the phase is (SrTiO 3) n(SrO), and is.

The average crystal structures of LaBa2CuO (Tc=45 K), LaBaCuBO (nonsuperconductor), and the impurity-free LaBa2Cu3O (Tc=93 K). The question of whether room-temperature superconductivity (RTSC) is possible in the copper-oxides has been answered.

herein reports the observation of superconductivity near 28 Celsius (83F, K) in a senary oxycuprate. Normally, extreme cold is required to cool even a "high temperature" superconductor below its critical transition temperature (Tc). DOE/Brookhaven National Laboratory. (, August 17).

Origin of high-temperature superconductivity in copper-oxide compound uncovered. ScienceDaily. Retrieved Ap from edaily. @article{osti_, title = {Copper oxide superconductors}, author = {Poole, C P and Datta, T and Farach, H A}, abstractNote = {This book presents a survey of recent experimental results on copper oxide superconductors with transition temperatures from 30{sup 0}{Kappa} to above {sup 0}{Kappa}.

It addresses the BCS theory, the electron-phonon interaction mechanism, and new theoretical models. Crystal Chemistry of High-Tc Superconducting Copper Oxides The recent discovery of high-temperature superconductivity in copper­ based oxides is an event of major importance not only with respect to the physical phenomenon itself but also because it definitely shows that solid state chemistry, and especially the crystal chemistry Pages: The International Winter School on Electronic Properties of High-Temperature Superconductors, held between March, in Kirchberg, (Tyrol) Austria, was the sixth in a series of meetings to be held at this venue.

Four of the earlier meetings were dedicated to issues in the field of. High-temperature interface superconductivity, confined to nanometre-size interfaces between two non-superconducting materials, has been long Cited by:   A review of the phases of copper oxides (especially the ‘strange metal’), discussing their high-temperature superconductivity and their various forms of quantum matter, and the implications.

Interpretation of the Temperature Dependence of Conductivity in Superconducting Oxides R. Thorn Chapter 3, DOI: /bkch Publication Date (Print): Aug Since the First International Symposium on Superconductivity (ISS '88) was held in Nagoya, Japan insignificant advances have been achieved in a wide range of high temperature superconductivity research.

Although the T c's of recently discovered oxide superconductors still do not exceed the. Magnetic and thermal properties of high Tc superconductors Wonchoon Lee Iowa State University Follow this and additional works at: Part of theCondensed Matter Physics Commons This Dissertation is brought to you for free and open access by the Iowa State University Capstones, Theses and Dissertations at Iowa State.

The structural properties of the solid-state compounds are of course dependent on the atomic and electronic structures of the involved elements. The "tool-box" available to the scientist includes possible changes in composition, atomic stacking, anionic and/or cationic substitutions, atomic ordering, stoichiometry, nature and competition.

Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute, Porto Carras, Greece, AugustPhysics and Materials Science of High Temperature Superconductors, II represents the results of a fruitful dialogue between physicists and materials scientists which took place under the auspices of a NATO Advanced Study Institute in Porto Carras, Greece, between 18 and 31 August.

crystal, while in the cuprates it has “d-wave” symmetry7,8, which means that the superconducting wavefunction changes sign upon rotation by 90°. Associated with this “unconventional pairing” is the existence of zero energy (gapless) quasiparticle excitations at the lowest temperatures, which make even the thermodynamic properties.

Crystal systems, in the context of minerals, physical characteristics of minerals; alternative. Survey of structures (from ILL, Grenoble, France) Gallery of 3D crystal structures of contemporary interest (from ILL, Grenoble) Gallery of high-Tc superconducting copper oxides (by S.

Pictures of common crystal lattices (from BALSAC) Crystal systems, in the context of minerals, physical characteristics of minerals; alternative. Survey of structures. Gallery of high-Tc superconducting copper oxides (by S. Weber) SiC, example of stacking sequences.

AT&T Labs catalog of. Full Description: "This 35th volume of the 'Studies' is devoted to the technologically important BSCCO system. It focuses on a host of topics such as the synthesis and fabrication of conductors, superconducting BSCCO magnets, and the basic technological properties.

Physical Principles and Applications 15 Crystal Chemistry of By. von Allmen High-T, Superconducting Copper Oxides 3 Laser Processing of Thin Films By B.

Raveau. Michel. Hervieu, and Microstructures and D. Groult Oxidation, Deposition and Etching 16 Hydrogen in Semiconductors. The subsequent chapters describe the various features of the atomic and electronic structure of high-Tc superconductor materials, such as quaternary, metallic, and pseudoperovskite copper oxides.

These topics are followed by descriptions of the isotope effect, lattice vibrations, and optical spectra of high-Tc superconductor Edition: 1. The Copper Oxides as Guides to New Superconductors.- (About K) of High-Tc Bi-System.- Influence of Weak Magnetic Field on Abnormal Jc Values for the HTSC System.- Crystal Growth of High-Tc Phase of Sb Added Bi System.- Development of 10kA-Class Go and Return High-Tc Superconducting Bus Bar.- 3-D Analysis of Coupling Current in Large.

The crystal structure of Ca 2 CuO 2 Cl 2, dicalcium oxidocuprate(II) dichloride, was redetermined on the basis of single-crystal X-ray diffraction data using a laboratory Mo us structure determinations based on single-crystal X-ray data [Grande & Müller-Buschbaum ().

Anorg. Allg. Chem.88–90], powder X-ray diffraction data [Yamada et al. ().Cited by: 1. This thorough review of the chemistry of high Tc superconductors provides extensive coverage of the structural and synthetic solid-state chemistry of oxide superconductors as well as substantial reference material on characterization methods.

Written by 27 authorities in the field, the book fulfills a need for a condensed, single-source reference. Aleksei Vasil'evich Shubnikov is justly considered one of the founders of the science on growth, structure, and properties of crystals.

He initiated the physical direction in crystallography, broadened its horizons from the study of crystals within the framework of traditional mineralogy to the interdisciplinary science including physics, chemistry and mathematics.

The crystal structures of members of a series so called polysomatic are typically based on at least two common modules; these modules are stacked differently in various members of the series. If the modules shared by the members differ to some extent, the merotype and plesiotype series are by: 1.

copper oxides: copper proteins: corneal pathologies: corneal transparency: correlated electron systems: crystal structures of aqueous acids at low temperature: high-Tc superconducting oxides: high-Tc superconductivity: high-Tc superconductors.The empirical relation of between the transition temperature of optimum doped superconductors Tco and the mean cationic charge, a physical paradox, can be recast to strongly support fractal theories of high-Tc superconductors, thereby applying the finding that the optimum hole concentration of σo = can be linked with the universal fractal constant δ1 = of the renormalized Cited by: 1.Pair your accounts.

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