## Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Volume 2 |

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14 ) thus

possible to solve the elastic problem with this extra boundary condition , for the

unrealistic parabolic interfacial potential ( 2 . 4 ) . By inspection of ( 2 . 4 ) , ( 4 .

14 ) thus

**becomes**Pzz ( 0 , x ) = [ 2u / ( 1 – 20 ) ] ( W / d ) ( B . 1 ) It has only beenpossible to solve the elastic problem with this extra boundary condition , for the

unrealistic parabolic interfacial potential ( 2 . 4 ) . By inspection of ( 2 . 4 ) , ( 4 .

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At a field H . 1 it

complete analogy to Eq . ( 10 ) , H . 1 can be expressed in terms of the free

energy per length of a flux line E . ( for H = 0 ) and the reduction in magnetic field

energy – P ...

At a field H . 1 it

**becomes**energetically favorable to produce flux lines . Incomplete analogy to Eq . ( 10 ) , H . 1 can be expressed in terms of the free

energy per length of a flux line E . ( for H = 0 ) and the reduction in magnetic field

energy – P ...

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For higher To materials , as the coherence length of the superconducting

electrons

the surface properties . Thus , the tunneling results for the A - 15 compounds are

...

For higher To materials , as the coherence length of the superconducting

electrons

**becomes**smaller , the tunneling results**become**more dependent onthe surface properties . Thus , the tunneling results for the A - 15 compounds are

...

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