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RESISTANCE IN THE MIXED STATE OF TYPE‐II SUPERCONDUCTORS
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2.Such a pinning mechanism has been discussed qualitatively by A. V. Narliker and D. Dew Hughes, Phys. Stat. Sol. 6, 383 (1964);
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