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Superconductors: Materials, Properties and Applications

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Superconductors: Materials, Properties and Applications
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535107941
Number of pages: 440

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Science of superconductivity develops rapidly and new discoveries are expected in the nearest future. The book includes 17 chapters written by noted scientists and young researchers, dealing with various aspects of superconductivity, both theoretical and experimental.

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