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Pseudogap state in superconductors

Pratap Raychaudhuri
Pseudogap state in superconductors
Phase diagram of superconducting NbN films as a function of disorder. At high disorder, Cooper pairs do not disappear at the superconducting transition, Tc, but continue to exist up to a much higher temperature, T*, called the pseudogap temperature. ... read more
   

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Today: Sep 02, 2014

  • Mr. Thomas Berner (WIENER Plein & Paus GmbH, Germany), "New trends in Electronic Packaging and Power Supply Technology for Applications in Nuclear and High-Energy Physics" in AG-66 starts at 1100
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  • Prof. Chandrashekhar Khare (TIFR, Mumbai), " Lifting Galois representations" in AG-77 starts at 1130
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