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- n. Any of several non-stoichiometric compounds, of general formula XYCumOn, many of which are superconductors
- n. Any organocopper compound of general formula R2Cu
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A salt of cupric acid.
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Now, Amit Goyal and colleagues at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in the US have introduced nanoscale defects into a "cuprate" superconductor to create short lengths of wire that can carry large currents and work in strong magnetic fields.
They are a step closer to reality thanks to scientists at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, who have introduced nanoscale defects into a “cuprate” superconductor to create short wires that can carry large currents and work in strong magnetic fields.
I predicted optical rotary activity in bulk cuprate superconductors, which was unfortunately disproved by Aharon, although the symmetry breaking I predicted was eventually found by Laura Greene at the University of Illinois.
Finally, in early 1987 the news of the new "high-Tc" cuprate superconductors galvanized the world of many-body quantum physics, and led many of us to reexamine older ideas and dig for new ones.
Mr.P. went out to the extreme end of the bowsprit and gazed down into the deep blue sea, wondering whether its color was really due to excess of salt, or the presence of cuprate of ammonia.
In this study, the researchers focused on two properties that distinguish those cuprate strange metals from Fermi liquids.
In angle-resolved photoemission experiments and transport studies on a cuprate material that exhibits striped electronic inhomogeneity, scientists for years observed that superconductivity is heavily affected by the nanoscale features and in some respect even optimized.
In a major step toward understanding the mysterious "pseudogap" state in high-temperature cuprate superconductors, a team of Cornell, Binghamton University and Brookhaven National
Previously, only copper-based, or cuprate, materials were known to have those properties.
Jul 30, 2004 | not rated yet | no comments yet The weird behavior of electrons tunneling across an atomically flat interface within a cuprate superconductor has defied explanation by theories of high-temperature superconductivity.
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