An Introduction to Superconductivity

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Title
An Introduction to Superconductivity
Alternative Title
Einführung in die Supraleitung
Author
Leitner, Alfred
License
CC Attribution 3.0 Unported:
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DOI
IWF Signature
W 931
Publisher
Michigan State University
Release Date
1965
Language
English
Producer
G. William Hughes

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Film, 16 mm, LT, 528 m ; SW, 48 1/2 min

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Abstract
Demonstration und Erläuterung zur Supraleitung Typ I.: spontanes Absinken des elektrischen Widerstandes eines Zinndrahtes beim Abkühlen (Unterschreiten der Übergangstemperatur); persistierender Strom in einem Zinnring. Magnetische Effekte, erniedrigte Übergangstemperatur durch starkes Magnetfeld, Meißner-Ochsenfeld-Effekt. Quantenmechanische Effekte (Energie-Defekt).
Looks at measurements indicating the disappearance of electrical resistance in the transition to the superconducting state. Considers the temperature of transition, the exclusion of magnetic flux (Meissner effect), shielding currents, the "floating magnet," and persistent currents. Includes a discussion of the tunnel effect in connection with experiments involving an electron tunneling junction.
Keywords
Zinn / Supraleiter
Supraleitung
Meißner-Ochsenfeld-Effekt
Meissner-Ochsenfeld effect
superconductivity
tin / superconductor
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these are easier to describe and more completely understood at the present time then the other
however it to properties are common to all types of
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close to the absolute Of course the transition temperatures
vary from 1 material to the other yet in most cases linked with union is required
as a call back to produce superconductivity the 2nd property shared by all superconductors is perhaps
the most striking their electrical resistance suddenly dropped in value
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asserted in which parents precedence over great length of time without measurable and
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