Diamagnetic interactions in superheated-superconducting granules under an external magnetic field
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The study of the phase transitions produced in ensembles of metastable superconducting granules by magnetic field variations is important both for fundamental physics and for applications in particle detectors. Theoretical study of the problem has long been hampered by the difficulty in dealing with the diamagnetic interactions between granules. In this review we describe the behaviour of such systems, develop numerical procedures to deal with them, and present some experimental and numerical results.
CitationPeñaranda, A. [et al.]. Diamagnetic interactions in superheated-superconducting granules under an external magnetic field. "Contributions to science", Novembre 2002, vol. 2, núm. 2, p. 193-207.