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Magnetic and magnetoelastic properties of antiferromagnets and superconductors

V. V. Eremenko

Magnetic and magnetoelastic properties of antiferromagnets and superconductors

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Published by Cambridge Scientific Publishers in [Cambridge, U.K.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Antiferromagnetism,
  • Superconductors -- Magnetic properties,
  • Superconductors -- Elastic properties,
  • Magnetostriction

  • Edition Notes

    StatementV.V. Eremenko and V.A. Sirenko.
    SeriesPhysics reviews -- v. 23, pt. 1
    ContributionsSirenko, V. A.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC761.5 .E74 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 304 p. :
    Number of Pages304
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23194295M
    ISBN 101904868541
    ISBN 109781904868545
    LC Control Number2009367032

      New measurements of atomic-scale magnetic behavior in iron-based superconductors by researchers at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Vanderbilt University are challenging conventional wisdom about superconductivity and magnetism.. The study published in Advanced Materials provides experimental evidence that local magnetic fluctuations can influence the Author: Advanced Science News. deals with twin structure activity and its effect on magnetic hysteresis loop. Finally, our research of the induced magnetic moment in granular superconductors is reported in section four. 1. The effect of dynamic relaxation Soon after the discovery of high-Tc superconductivity, we started with investigation of their magnetic properties. Magnetic properties of drilled bulk high-temperature superconductors filled with a ferromagnetic powder Gregory P. Lousberg1,5, J.-F. Fagnard1,2, X. Chaud3, M. Ausloos4, P. Vanderbemden1, and B. Vanderheyden1 1 SUPRATECS, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (B28), University of Li`ege, Belgium. One of the properties of superconductors most easy to demonstrate, and also the most dazzling, is the Meissner Effect. Superconductors are strongly diamagnetic – that is to say that they will repel a magnet. The superconductor used in this demonstration is yttrium-based (YBa2Cu3O7).


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Magnetic and magnetoelastic properties of antiferromagnets and superconductors in the vicinity of phase transitions induced by a magnetic field are considered. At these conditions inhomogeneous states appear in antiferromagnets, similar to either intermediate state type I superconductors or the mixed one in type II superconductors.

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Physicists at the Paul Scherrer Institute have now Author: Paul Piwnicki. Magnetoelastic coupling in iron superconductors J • Physics 4, s A microscopic theoretical model brings insight into the underlying physics behind the complex magnetic and structural transitions of some pnictide superconductors.

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The temperature dependencies of the magnetic susceptibility χ and its anisotropy Δ χ = χ ∥ − χ ⊥ were measured for Cited by: 7. Antiferromagnetism exists near superconductivity in the electronic phase diagram of a variety of seemingly unrelated unconventional superconductors.

Unconventional superconductors are those which are not described by BCS theory. Antiferromagneti. A Classification of Superconductors where RE=Gd,Tb,Dy,ErandalsoRERh 4B 4,whereRE= Nd, Sm, Tm) demonstrate near T N the antiferromagnetic alignment of rare-earth magnetic moments in the superconducting state of the system.

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Collings. Superconducting Magnets Type II superconductors such as niobium-tin and niobium-titanium are used to make the coil windings for superconducting magnets. These two materials can be fabricated into wires and can withstand high magnetic fields.

Typical construction of the coils is to embed a large number of fine filaments (20 micrometers diameter) in a copper matrix. Magnetic Order in Superconductors. The effects of magnetic impurities and the possibility of magnetic ordering in superconductors has had a rich and interesting history, and we have had a longstanding interest in investigating such systems.

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Abstract. In this lecture we would like to demonstrate that the magnetisation and magnetostriction studies in the vicinity of orientation phase transitions in antiferromagnets, induced by a magnetic field (the so-called spin-flop transition), supplemented by the data on the pressure dependences of the transition field H c, Neel temperature T N and Curie temperature Θ, may elucidate the nature Author: V.

Eremenko, V. Sirenko. magnetic fluctuations cause an attractive force between electrons, nor how supercon-ductivity and ferromagnetism can coexist.

It is therefore of utmost importance to study the magnetic fluctuations, or more general, the magnetic properties, in UGe 2, URhGe, and UIr, in combination with non-Fermi-liquid behavior. This thesis has. By their magnetic properties.

Type I superconductors: those having just one critical field, H c, and changing abruptly from one state to the other when it is reached.; Type II superconductors: having two critical fields, H c1 and H c2, being a perfect superconductor under the lower critical field (H c1) and leaving completely the superconducting state to a normal conducting state above the.

PH Introduction to superconductors 12 The magnetic properties of superconductors In addition to the loss of resistance, superconductors prevent external magnetic field from penetrating the interior of the superconductor. This expulsion of external magnetic fields takes place for magnetic fields that are less than the critical field.

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The picture at the right [from A. Sleight, Science ()] shows the typical structure of such a material. The Magnetic Properties of Superconductors by Temperature Superconductors are considered to be perfect diamagnets. A diamagnet is a material that shows repulsive magnetic effects when it is put.

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broaden the understanding of the magnetic properties of high-Tg superconductors, in the areas of reversible magnetization, free energy and flux creep. These properties represent characteristics of superconductors at various regions on the H-T plane, as discussed later in this chapter (Section ).

By studying the magnetic and magnetoelastic properties, it is established that, as the temperature is lowered, Sm1−x SrxMnO3 single crystals (x=, ) undergo spontaneous phase transitions.

In superconductivity, a type-II superconductor is a superconductor which exhibits an intermediate phase of mixed ordinary and superconducting properties at intermediate temperature and fields above the superconducting phases.

It also features the formation of magnetic field vortices with an applied external magnetic occurs above a certain critical field strength H c1. Properties of the technical type II superconductors As described in other lectures [2], the key parameters of critical field, temperature and current have rather different origins.

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In particular, we carry out angular dependent quantumAuthor: Christopher Lorscher. Magnetic Resonance in Electron-doped Cuprate Superconductors. In conventional superconductors, the interaction that pairs the electrons to form the superconducting state is mediated by lattice vibrations.

In high-transition temperature copper oxides superconductors it is generally believed that magnetic excitations play the fundamental role in. Modeling of Magnetisation and Intrinsic Properties of Ideal Type-II Superconductor in External Magnetic Field Oleg A.

Chevtchenko*1, Johan J. Smit1, D.J. de Vries2, F.W.A. de Pont2 1Technical University of Delft, The Netherlands 2Comsol BV Rontgenl DX Zoetermeer, The NetherlandsCited by: 1. magnetic configurations U 3+ and U4+. 3. Cooper pairing and ferromagnetism Soon after the elaboration of the BCS theory of s-wave superconductivity, [14] the problem of coexistence of SC and FM was discussed by V.

Ginzburg. He noticed that finding SC in ferromagnets is as probable as finding non-ferromagneticSC in large magnetic fields [15 Cited by: Magnetic. Properties. Rianne Alipio Juvy Joyce Gonzales Trina Loria.

Magnetism. The phenomenon by which materials assert an attractive or repulsive force or influence on other materials Magnetic forces are generated by moving electrically charged particles Within a magnetic field, the force of the field itself exerts a torque that tends to orient the magnetic dipoles with the field.The Meissner Effect When a material makes the transition from the normal to superconducting state, it actively excludes magnetic fields from its interior; this is called the Meissner effect.

This constraint to zero magnetic field inside a superconductor is distinct from the perfect diamagnetism which would arise from its zero electrical resistance.

Zero resistance would imply that if you.