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By Jorge Berger, Jacob Rubinstein

Monograph serving as a reference for graduate scholars and researchers in physics or arithmetic drawn to superconductivity. will pay unique realization to the 'zero set, the set of positions often referred to as the 'quantum vortices,' during which the order parameter vanishes. DLC: Superconductivity--Mathematics.

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L´ opez are generally stable modes; the second type of modes (antisymmetric modes) often of higher energy, metastable or unstable, appear deep into the superconducting region of the phase diagram. This is the case of the square ladder, but it does not hold in the case of the triangular ladder because the Bu modes having q ∼ π approach the N-S boundary for φe ∼ 1/2 (see Fig. 18a); this is due to the gain in condensation energy due to the additional transverse branches which tends to stabilize the modes, similarly to the open branch in the “lasso” treated by de Gennes [9].

3], [20]). It has been recently reconsidered in [17] who incorporated the screening effect of the impurity into the topological constraint on the phase in a closed loop. To describe the model in some detail, consider a ring parameterized by 0 ≤ s ≤ 2π. The ring consists of two sets: The normal part {0 < s < d} and the superconducting part {d < s < 2π}. 49) where p is a positive parameter that controls the ‘strength’ of the impurity . 6, except that the impurity contribution is not exactly in the form of a potential added to the regular GL functional.

27) for the nodal order parameter is imposed by the symmetry of the networks, in particular by the translation space group T , and it is enough to know it to predict the phase boundary. But there are also other symmetries included in the point space group C2h and we expect the solutions of Alexander equations to be distributed into two classes: one of them 2 The de Gennes–Alexander Theory of Superconducting Micronetworks 51 Fig. 20. 5 , q = π) transforming like the symmetric irreducible representation Ag , the other one like the antisymmetric irreducible representation Bu ; this is to say that they must satisfy (Fig.

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