- Conference date: 29–30 October 1971
- Location: Rochester, New York (USA)
Thin films of NbN and Nb‐Al‐Ge have been shown to exhibit interesting and sometimes dramatic effects in their critical parameters, Jc‐Hc2‐Tc, when compared with their corresponding properties in bulk. Many of these results can be explained in terms of the structure of these films. A monotonic relationship between Tc and reciprocal Hall constant has been observed for short mean free path materials having the rocksalt structure, suggesting that their superconducting properties are rather insensitive to minor details of the Fermi surface topology. The above results are presented in some detail and compared with the theories of type II superconductors wherever possible.
- Materials properties
- Thin film structure
- Fermi surface
- Superconducting compounds
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