Comment on 'Consistent explanation on Lorentz force-free dissipation in H...I...c for various

Giura, M.; Fastampa, R.
August 1994
Applied Physics Letters;8/15/1994, Vol. 65 Issue 7, p922
Academic Journal
Comments on the Lorentz force-free dissipation in the Josephson coupling current for various high temperature current semiconductors (HTSC). Similarity between the computed curves and the shape of the in-field transitions in HTSC; Assumptions on the Lorentz force-free dissipation model; Validity of the proposed model.


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