Advances in Superconductivity XII: Proceedings of the 12th by Shoji Tanaka (auth.), Tsutomu Yamashita, Kei-ichi Tanabe

By Shoji Tanaka (auth.), Tsutomu Yamashita, Kei-ichi Tanabe (eds.)

The twelfth foreign Symposium on Superconductivity used to be held in Morioka, Japan, October 17-19, 1999. Convened each year considering that 1988, the symposium covers the entire box of superconductivity from primary physics and chemistry to numerous purposes. on the twelfth Symposium, a mini-symposium concentrating on the two-dimensionality of high-temperature superconductors, or the c-axis delivery, and a consultation on vortex physics have been prepared. there have been additionally many studies at the contemporary advancements of YBCO-based lined conductors either within the usa and in Japan, AC losses of wires and tapes, advancements of bulk fabrics with robust flux pinning, the new growth in skinny movie and junction applied sciences, and the demonstration of varied electronics functions utilizing SQUIDs, microwave units, and single-flux-quantum (SFQ) electronic units. This quantity is a important source for all these operating within the box of superconductivity.

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WEN, T. SATOH,M. HioAKA, S. TAHARA,N. KOSHIZUKA, S. TANAKA ....................... 984 Analysis of the Surface-Modified Barrier in YBaCuO Ramp-Edge Josephson Junctions Y. SOUTOME, T. FUKAZAwA,A. TSUKAMOI'O, Y. , K. TAKAGI .............................. 990 The Effect of Spatial Variation of Barrier Layer Thickness on Ramp-Edge-Type Josephson Junction Characteristics 1. INOUE, T. NAGANO, H. SUGIYAMA ........................................................... 993 The Effect of Process Parameters on the Electrical Properties of Ramp-Edge Josephson Junctions with Modified Interfaces M.

Buckling angles of the CU02 planes (Cu-O-Cu) and copper-oxygen apical bond lengths (Cu-O) for HgBa2Can-lCun02n+2+x compounds. Numbers in parentheses are standard deviations of the last significant digit. (from Refs. 8,9, 10) No. 741(6) The importance of the buckling angle of the CU02 planes can be seen by comparing the Te's and buckling angles for several compounds, as shown in Fig. [11] Only compounds with two CU02 layers are shown in this figure because the most accurate structural data are available for these compounds.

For the two-layer compounds with insulating charge reservoir layers (La2CaCu206, TI-1212, Bi-2212, TI-2212, and Hg-1212), the correspondence between Tc and CU02 plane buckling is remarkable. Flat planes lead to higher Tc's. A few degrees of buckling lowers T c substantially. 4 0 , implying that a small increase in Tc (perhaps 10K) would be achieved if the plane could be made perfectly flat. 4 Q)..... 2 CD .......... J 40 60 80 100 120 140 Tc (K) Fig. 1. Relationship between Tc, the Cu-O-Cu bucking angle of the CU02 planes (square symbols), and the Cu-O apical bond distance (round symbols) for compounds with two CU02 layers.

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