Superconductivity: Properties, Applications and New Developments

Paulette Grant (Editor)

Series: Materials Science and Technologies
BISAC: TEC039000



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This book presents research on superconductivity. The first chapter discusses the physical properties of two nonmagnetic noncentrosymmetric superconductors, LaRhSi3 and LaIrSi3. Chapter two reviews the SrFe2As2 and FeTe0.8S0.2 compounds, which are perspective for developing new superconducting materials on their basis. The possibility of selective excitation of the nonlinear lattice vibrations in high-temperature superconductors formed from layers or thin films opens the new perspectives in the manipulations and control of quantum field in superconducting phase, which is further discussed in chapter three. Chapter four begins with a detailed derivation of the three coupled integral equations associated with the so-called generalized Bose-Einstein condensation formalism of a many-fermion system. Finally, chapter five proposes a microscopic theory of superconductivity based on the spinfluctuation mechanism of pairing.
(Imprint: Nova)

pp. vii-ix

Chapter 1
Type-I Superconductivity in Noncentrosymmetric LaRhSi3 and LaIrSi3
(V. K. Anand, D. T. Adroja, and A. M. Strydom, ISIS Facility, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Chilton, Didcot, United Kingdom, and others)
pp. 1-16

Chapter 2
About the Mechanism of Arising of the Superconductivity, Induced by Water in Compounds SrFe2As2 and FeTe0.8S0.2
(Ludmila Stepanovna Martseniuk, Institute for Nuclear Researches NAS Ukraine, Kiev, Ukraine)
pp. 17-40

Chapter 3
Possibilities of Manipulation of Critical Temperature in Superconductivity using Nonlinear Correlation Mechanisms between Cooper Carriers Stimulated by An-Harmonic Lattice Vibrations
(Nicolae A. Enaki, Quantum Optics and Kinetic Processes Lab, Institute of Applied Physics, Academy of Sciences of Moldova, Chisinau, MD, Republic of Moldova)
pp. 41-90

Chapter 4
Generalized Bose-Einstein Condensation Model of Superconductivity and Superfluidity
(I. Chávez, J. Ortega, M. de Llano and V.V. Tolmachev, Instituto de Investigaciones en Materiales, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, México, DF, Mexico, and others)
pp. 91-134

Chapter 5
Kinematical Spin-Fluctuation Mechanism of High-Temperature Superconductivity in Cuprates
(Nikolay M. Plakida and Viktor S. Oudovenko, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna, Russia, and others)
pp. 135-168

pp. 169-174

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