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Title: High pressure investigations on ndba2cu3xbixo7 for x 0 01 02 025 and nd eu gdbacuo high t superconductors
Researcher: Helen merina albert
Guide(s): Victor jaya N
Keywords: ndba2cu3xbixo7
nd eu gdbacuo
science and humanities
Upload Date: 13-Oct-2014
University: Anna University
Completed Date: 01/06/2007
Abstract: While the basic effect of temperature is to change the lattice newlinevibrations the intrinsic effect of pressure is to decrease the interatomic newlinedistances As a consequence the compression gives rise to the change in newlinelattice and electronic properties in a controlled way and eventually leads to newlinenew ground state with different chemical and physical properties Chapter 1 provides a general introduction of high pressure science newlineand the progress of high pressure research and its application Generation of newlinehigh pressure in the laboratory is discussed in brief Both static and dynamic newlinemethods of pressure generation are described along with the diamond anvil newlinecell Techniques and methods of measurement of high pressure are also newlinediscussed in detail The second part gives a broad upto date history of the high newlinetemperature superconductors newline newline
Pagination: xxi,158p.
Appears in Departments:Faculty of Science and Humanities

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