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DEFECTS, DEFECT ORDERING, STRUCTURAL COHERENCE AND SUPERCONDUCTIVITY IN THE 123-COPPER OXIDES

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We discuss the influence of oxygen defects and defect ordering on superconductivity in 123 compounds. Because of the complexity of the high-temperature phase diagram, the synthesis history can significantly influence the properties. Room-temperature annealing experiments show that defect ordering on a short length scale can have a remarkable affect on superconductivity. We propose that structural coherence in the CuO2 planes, which is present only if there is orthorhombic symmetry on at least...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MPLS, Physics, Condensed Matter Physics
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Volume:
185
Issue:
PART 1
Pages:
184-189
Publication date:
1991-12-01
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ISSN:
0921-4534
URN:
uuid:90486f2c-7f43-474a-872e-61a9f463f4d9
Source identifiers:
66382
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pubs:66382

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