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

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To get the difference of the free energies for H2 = 0 , we therefore have to add the field expulsion energy

To get the difference of the free energies for H2 = 0 , we therefore have to add the field expulsion energy

**density**H , / 81 . Thus we get for finite applied fields AG , AG90 + ( H , 2 / 87 ) ( 10 ) Therefore , whenever H , > H. = ( 87 ...Page 254

ELECTRON PROPERTIES Inasmuch as a net attractive interaction between electrons due to the electron - phonon interaction is expected for quasi - particle energy Ekl SWD , information about the electronic

ELECTRON PROPERTIES Inasmuch as a net attractive interaction between electrons due to the electron - phonon interaction is expected for quasi - particle energy Ekl SWD , information about the electronic

**density**of states near the Fermi ...Page 262

with the critical current

with the critical current

**density**J. ( r ) . The physical facts underlying Eqs . ( 24 ) and ( 25 ) gave rise to a great many discussions and misunderstandings , before the situation was clarified by Josephson ( 1965 , 1966 ) and Evetts ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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Epitaxial Interfaces | 3 |

Thin Films | 15 |

Semiinfinite Overgrowths | 37 |

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