Lectures on High Temperature Superconductivity Beijing, China, 27 August-15 September, 1990 by Z. Z. Gan

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  • Superconductivity,
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ContributionsZ. X. Zhao (Editor)
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FormatHardcover
Number of Pages400
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ISBN 109810206275
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Surface Superconductivity Chapter High-Temperature Superconductors Appendix A. The Significance of the Magnetic Flux Density B and the Magnetic Field Strength H A.l Definition of B A.2 The Effect of Magnetic Material A.3 The Magnetic Field Strength A.4 The Case of a Superconductor A.5 Demagnetizing Effects Appendix B.

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Lev Okun, Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Physics, Moscow Colloquium: "The Concept of Mass".Lectures on High Temperature Superconductivity: Beijing, China, 27 August September, Author: Z.Z. Gan R.S. Han S.S. Xie G.Z. Yang Z.X. Zhao ISBN: ISBN Publisher: World Scientific Pub Co Inc () Format: Hardcover Similar Titles All Editions More details from.

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