The Rise of the Superconductors is an ideological chronology of the science that has produced superconductors. Starting with the liquefaction of helium, the Meissner effect, the development of type II superconductors, and the impact of Bednorz and Muller's Nobel Prize-winning research in high temperature ceramic superconductors, the authors recount the rise of Tc materials and organic superconductors, particularly in fullerene materials. Coverage includes the properties and behavior of superconductors and their impact on theoretical physics, Josephson effects, and large- and small-scale applications, and this book concludes with an international perspective on the current state of the art.

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