Chemical Equilibria Bases for Oxide and Organic Superconductorsby R. J. Thorn
Focusing on selected topics rather than collections of chapters or articles this excellent monograph deals with recognition of the role of chemical equilibria in a fundamental manner, quantitative analyses and interpretations of the pertinent data and quantitative interrelations among the three signatures of superconductivity--resistance, diamagnetic susceptibility and specific heat.
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R. J. Thorn, PhD, is Retiree Resident Associate at Argonne National Laboratory. In a distinguished career that has spanned half a century, he has published scores of articles in the journals of chemistry and physics and organized or chaired numerous conferences and symposia. He is a member of the editorial board of the journal High Temperature Science and Materials and a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
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