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

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The correct procedure is to average for a sufficient number of small crystals with

N

mathematical procedures to perform this we choose for this discussion the use of

the long ...

The correct procedure is to average for a sufficient number of small crystals with

N

**lattice**sites containing an average of No defects . Among the variousmathematical procedures to perform this we choose for this discussion the use of

the long ...

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However if a homogeneous average

, 1 = 0 ( IV . 12 ) must be fulfilled for every l . This says the average distance

between two atoms in a counting distance Rja is exactly R , ^ . The individual Syu

, i ...

However if a homogeneous average

**lattice**exists , the condition c . Cu Bru , i Svu, 1 = 0 ( IV . 12 ) must be fulfilled for every l . This says the average distance

between two atoms in a counting distance Rja is exactly R , ^ . The individual Syu

, i ...

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motion can , however , be restricted effectively by pinning the flux lines with the

aid of their interactions with crystal

superconductor with effectively pinned flux lines is useful for technical

applications .

motion can , however , be restricted effectively by pinning the flux lines with the

aid of their interactions with crystal

**lattice**defects . Therefore , only a type IIsuperconductor with effectively pinned flux lines is useful for technical

applications .

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