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|Title:||Surface superconductivity in applied magnetic fields above HC2|
|Source:||Pan, X.-B. (2002-06). Surface superconductivity in applied magnetic fields above HC2. Communications in Mathematical Physics 228 (2) : 327-370. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1007/s002200200641|
|Abstract:||In this paper we study the surface superconductivity phenomenon of type 2 superconductors under applied magnetic fields above the critical field HC2. We show that, for a cylindrical superconductor of infinite height placed in a homogeneous applied magnetic field, He3, with H lying in between and keeping away from HC2 and HC3, superconductivity persists uniformly at a thin sheath surrounding the entire lateral surface of the sample. As the applied field decreases gradually, superconductivity in the surface sheath becomes strong and develops into a surface superconducting state, while the interior of the sample remains close to the normal state.|
|Source Title:||Communications in Mathematical Physics|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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