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Enhancement Effects

  • J. F. Schooley
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Abstract

Superconductivity research has had as one of its continuing aims the production of high-transition-temperature materials. This situation arises from the realization that superconductivity can be applied to transportation, communication, power transmission, and instrumentation on a wider and more efficient basis, the higher the transition temperature. Many of these applications will be discussed during this course by several of the lecturers.

Keywords

Enhancement Effect Tungsten Bronze Transition Metal Element Superconductive Compound Light Doping 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • J. F. Schooley
    • 1
  1. 1.National Bureau of StandardsUSA

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