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Viktor Struzhkin

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Pressure effect on superconductivity in selenide superconductors

 

Pressure Effect on Superconductivity in Selenide Superconductors

 

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Enhancement of superconductivity by pressure-driven competition in electronic order

Finding a way to achieve higher transition temperatureTc of a superconductor than it already has for the energy application is a grand challenge. Currently, copper oxides remain the superconducting materials having highest Tc’s both at ambient condition and under pressure.

Electronic structures and associated properties of the d- and f-band transition metal compounds

d- and f-band metal and compounds, with unfilled outer electrons, constitute a fascinating class of materials which are of great importance in materials science, solid-state physics, and planetary science.

Fig.1-Fe2O3

 

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