Superconductivity and the Bohr Magneton
Each superconducting metal is characterized by a function H c (T) where H c is a magnetic field in gauss and T is absolute temperature, which determines the boundary between those states in which the material shows superconducting properties and the region where the properties are normal. That is, for each T, the magnetic field H must be less than H c (T) for the metal to be in the superconducting state.
KeywordsMagnetic Field Gibbs Free Energy Superconducting State Skin Depth Bohr Magneton
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