03.Applied Superconductivity by John G. Webster (Editor)

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V. Haebel and F. Wittgenstein, Proc. Int. Conf. , Hamburg, Germany, 1970. 10. T. H. Fields, Superconductivity applications in high energy physics, IEEE Trans. , MAG-11: 113, 1975. 11. M. Morpurgo, Construction of a superconducting test coil cooled by helium forced circulation, Proc. 1968 Summer Study Superconducting Devices Accelerators, BNL 50155 (C-55), 953, 1968. 12. M. Morpurgo, Proc. Int. Conf. , Hamburg, Germany, 1970. 13. C. P. , Research Investigation of the Factors that Affect the Superconducting Properties of Material, AFML-TR-65431, Air Force Materials Laboratory, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, 1965.

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