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Critical field curves and quenching curves for the A15 (β-W) type compounds Nb3Sn, V3Si, and V3Ga have been measured. The critical field curves have been extrapolated to zero temperature, and the following zero upper critical fields have been found: 245 kOe for Nb3Sn, 235 kOe for V3Si, and 208...
Measurements have been made in the temperature range from 1.3° K to about 71°K with particular attention to the behavior at very low temperatures, and in the neighborhood of the α-β transition at about 23.89° K. Assuming that near 0° K each molecule moves as a single mass point with the passage...
Critical field curves and quenching curves for a variety of type II superconductors of B1 (NaCl type) and A15 (β-W type) compounds have been measured. The critical field curves have been evaluated for the pertinent parameters of type II super-conductivity. Comparison of the shape of the critical...
We reexamine here microscopically the transport properties of the vortex state in a dirty type II superconductor in the high-field region. We show that the previous theory by Caroli and Maki predicts the entropy carried by a single vortex line, which is consistent with recent experiments,...
Considering the proposal of Fulde and Ferrell on electron depairing in super-conductors, we investigate the stability of the supercurrents in the critical depairing regime where the supercurrent decreases with increasing momentum of the Cooper pairs. We find that this region is unstable and that...
De Haas-van Alphen frequencies not previously reported have been measured for β′-PdIn and β′-CuZn. The results for PdIn suggest a reinterpretation of some of the previous results and offer an explanation of a previously unexplained set of de Haas-van Alphen frequencies in PdIn and AgZn. A recent...
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