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by Shubhra Kakani,S. L. Kakani

  • ISBN: 1848290055
  • Category: Engineering
  • Author: Shubhra Kakani,S. L. Kakani
  • Subcategory: Engineering
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Anshan; 1 edition (December 15, 2008)
  • Pages: 666 pages
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By: Kakani, S. L. Contributor(s): Kakani, Shubhra. Material type: BookPublisher: New Delhi : New Age, c2007Description: x, 666 p. : ill. charts ; 25 c. SBN: 8122420869. Subject(s): Superconductivity DDC classification: 53. 23

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L. Kakani, Shubhra Kakani. Superconductivity is a striking phenomenon that has attracted the attention of physicists, chemists, material scientists, engineers, and also the non-technical public. The discovery of high-Tc cuprates opened up a new class of materials in this field.

Shubhra Kakani, S. Kakani. Place of Publication. He is the author of several standard works

Shubhra Kakani, S. He is the author of several standard works. theses in the field of superconductivity and thin films. Shubhra Kakani, received her . c.

Material Science Book By . Kakani, Amit Kakani – PDF Free Download. He has supervised PhD theses in the field of superconductivity. 1 Highlights of the book. He is a visiting professor at several prestigious institutions. He has received several prestigious national and international awards and honours for his academic contributions and achievements. He is a life member of IAPT, Vigyan Parishad and High-Temperature Superconductivity.

Kakani, . In: Superconductivity. New Age International, New Delhi (2007) Google Scholar.

First Online: 09 August 2008. Kakani, . JETP 4, 153 (1957) Google Scholar.

This book covers the following: Superconductivity: The basic phenomenon, fundamental and experimental properties.

We consider the extended two-band s–f model with additional terms, describing intersite Cooper pairs’ interaction between 4f (5f) and conduction electrons. This book covers the following: Superconductivity: The basic phenomenon, fundamental and experimental properties. Microscopic theory of superconductivity, Ginzburg Laudau (GL) theory, Theories of high-Tc superconductors, Superconductivity in rare-earth and actinide compounds, Organic superconductors, Superconductors applications.

Superconductivity is a striking phenomenon that has attracted the attention of physicists, chemists, material scientists, engineers, and also the non-technical public. The discovery of high-Tc cuprates opened up a new class of materials in this field. This significant and exciting discovery has posed two new problems: of making High-Tc materials available to technology at room temperature on one hand and of exploring the possible mechanism of High-Tc superconductivity on the other. The beginning of the 21st century sees superconductor applications reaching important milestones. Superconductors now make possible the most advanced experiments in chemistry, biochemistry, particle physics and health sciences. Superconductors are also becoming part of the fabric of modern-day life. This outstanding and invaluable volume has been very systematically structured and organised covering all aspects of superconductivity. The first five chapters deal with basic principles and microscopic weak coupling BCS theory of superconductivity. Chapters 6 to 8 are devoted to high-Tc cuprates covering experimental results and theories. Chapter 9 is diverted to new emerging superconductors and the last chapter describes the potential applications of superconductors.

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