Origin of different contributions to the magnetic susceptibility of the normal-state YBa2Cu3O y HTSC
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The magnetic susceptibility of the normal-state YBa2Cu3O y high-temperature superconductor has been experimentally investigated as a function of the degree of structural disorder by the example of a series of fine-grained samples. Different coexisting contributions have been revealed and their origin was investigated. A correlation between the changes in the structural parameters and the magnitudes of these contributions to the magnetic susceptibility is established.
KeywordsMagnetic Susceptibility Oxygen Vacancy Oxygen Index Structural Disorder Localize Magnetic Moment
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