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Presence of Pseudo-Path in the Interplane Penetration Depth of Layered YBa2Cu3Oy

  • Moses E. EmetereEmail author
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Abstract

The concept of magnetic field effect (MFE) on cuprates is not new. However, little has been discussed on the magnetic field effects on the interplane penetration depth of yttrium barium copper oxide (YBCO). The orbital magnetoresistance of the YBCO were derived and analyzed to reflect its effect on the interplane penetration of layered YBCO. Though most of the anomalies in the YBCO can be associated with the lattice fluctuations, the interplane penetration depth is dependent on the orbital anomaly which dictates the interactions of particulates. The presence of pseudo-path was discovered to exist in the interplane penetration depth of the YBCO. The pseudo-path is observed to control other vital parameters of superconductivity, e.g., vortex dynamics, particulate interactions, etc.

Keywords

Pseudo-path Bloch magnetization Orbital anomalies Interactions YBCO 

Notes

Acknowledgments

The author appreciates the partial sponsorship of Covenant University.

Conflict of interests

This paper has no competing financial interests.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of PhysicsCovenant UniversityCanaan landOta Nigeria

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