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Role of Melting Equilbria in the Processing of High T-c Superconductors in the BSCCO System

Published

Author(s)

Winnie Wong-Ng, Lawrence P. Cook, Anthony J. Kearsley, A R. Roosen

Abstract

Three types of liquids were found in the BSCCO system: transient, metastable, and stable liquids. The roles of these liquids are discussed with examples, including the role of metastable liquid in the formation of the (Bi,Pb)-2223 phase, applications of the primary phase field, and the effect of oxygen partial pressure and the presence of Ag on melt formation.
Proceedings Title
U.S.-Japan Workshop | | |
Conference Dates
October 11-15, 1999
Conference Location
Yamanashi, 1, JA
Conference Title
U.S.-Japan Workshop on High Temperature Superconductors

Keywords

BSCCO, high Tc superconductors, phase equilibria, role of liquids

Citation

Wong-Ng, W. , Cook, L. , Kearsley, A. and Roosen, A. (2017), Role of Melting Equilbria in the Processing of High T-c Superconductors in the BSCCO System, U.S.-Japan Workshop | | |, Yamanashi, 1, JA (Accessed February 21, 2024)
Created February 19, 2017