London equations


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London equations

[′lən·dən i¦kwā·zhənz]
(solid-state physics)
Equations for the time derivative and the curl of the current in a superconductor in terms of the electric and magnetic field vectors respectively, derived in the London superconductivity theory.
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The implications of introducing Proca equations include an alternative description of superconductivity, via extending London equations.
The implications of introducing Proca equations include description of superconductivity, by extending London equations [18].
In this regards, it has been shown by Sternberg [18], that the classical London equations for superconductors can be written in differential form notation and in relativistic form, where they yield the Proca equations.

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