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SIRT-polymersSIRT-polymers10.1177_0882355213474672.2014.11109042013-10-22T00:00:00Z2014-03-20T00:00:00ZStevenson, DavidG, and D'Alton, DavidSuperconductivity in porous materials: a perspective from the thermodynamics of defect formation Superconductivity in porous materials: a perspective from the thermodynamics of defect formation Stevenson, David; D'Alton, David Solid-state physics and the physics of defects are normally kept as separate topics, but on occasion they are intertwined. For instance, when one investigates superconductivity, the task of distinguishing between the superconducting and the normal state is complicated by the fact that many atoms and electrons of the former are shared between the two states. As the temperature of the superconductor is lowered below the critical temperature, these fluctuations grow larger, and eventually a finite fraction of the sample transforms into the normal state, but the superconducting phase is still present. The associated phase transition is called the Berezinskii-Kosterlitz-Thouless (BKT) transition, and since it is driven by quantum fluctuations, it is sometimes called the quantum BKT transition. Its study is an important topic in the research on BCS-type superconductors, and one of the benefits is that it provides insight into some aspects of quantum-mechanical systems. In addition, it is often possible to gain insight into the nature of the phase transition by using the information obtained from its study to understand the quantum nature of other systems, such as the superfluid transition in liquid helium and other systems. The theory of phase transitions and defects is an old topic, and the system of superconductivity is one in which it is of special interest. Perhaps the first and most famous of the many interesting superconductors discovered by the London group in the early part of the twentieth century was mercury. This talk will describe some of the many interesting aspects of the quantum BKT transition, and the associated quantum and thermal fluctuations. 2014-10-21T12:00:00ZSuperconductivity in porous materials: a perspective from the thermodynamics of defect formationStevenson, David; D'Alton, David Solid-state physics and the physics of defects are normally kept as separate topics, but on occasion they are

 

 

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