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More than 20 metallic elements can become

certain semiconductors can be made

1 and the list of alloys whose

More than 20 metallic elements can become

**superconductors**(Table 34.1). Evencertain semiconductors can be made

**superconducting**under suitable conditions,1 and the list of alloys whose

**superconducting**properties have been measured ...Page 749

Consider a

34.29) Figure 34.9 A ring of

the aperture and lying well within the interior of the

Consider a

**superconductor**in the shape of a ring (Figure 34.9). If we integrate (34.29) Figure 34.9 A ring of

**superconducting**material, showing a path encirclingthe aperture and lying well within the interior of the

**superconductor**. over a path ...Page 754

The phase boundary between the

plane is given by the critical field curve, HJ^T) (Figure 34.3). (a) Deduce, from the

fact that G is continuous across the phase boundary, that dT 9TC, - 3TC„ ...

The phase boundary between the

**superconducting**and normal states in the H- Tplane is given by the critical field curve, HJ^T) (Figure 34.3). (a) Deduce, from the

fact that G is continuous across the phase boundary, that dT 9TC, - 3TC„ ...

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### Contents

The Dmle Theory of Metals | 1 |

The Sommerfeld Theory of Metals | 29 |

Failures of the Free Electron Model | 57 |

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