magnetic superconductor

magnetic superconductor

[mag′ned·ik ′sü·pər·kən‚dək·tər]
(solid-state physics)
A superconductor which is not magnetic in the ordinary sense, but which contains elements with large magnetic moments or large spin.
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The effective superconducting order parameters are the coupling equation of conduction electron and other-electron that can occur in magnetic superconductor [23-25].
Udomsamuthirun, "The critical magnetic field of anisotropic two-band magnetic superconductors," Solid State Communications, vol.
A prototype niobiumtitanium (Nb-Ti) magnetic superconductor coil achieved stable operation at 52kA and 6.4 Tesla, successfully emulating the operating conditions of the Iter tokamak reactor when it is completed in 2016.
Key words: applied magnetic field; magnetic multilayers; magnetic order parameter; magnetic structure; magnetic superconductors; magnetic symmetry; neutron diffraction; polarization analysis; pressure dependence.
The next class of materials that were investigated were the Heusler alloy series R [Pd.sub.2]Sn, (66-67) followed quickly by the cuprate superconductors (e.g., R [Ba.sub.2][Cu.sub.3][O.sub.6+x]) which offer new and interesting perspectives into our understanding of "magnetic superconductors" (68-85).