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1974-06

AUTHORS

Koya Aoi, Wolfgang Dieterich, Peter Fulde

ABSTRACT

We investigate the possible occurrance of partially depaired states in superconducting intercalated layered systems. Those states are discussed as a possible explanation of the high critical fields found in some of these materials. It is shown that the Chandrasekhar-Clogston limit does not apply to those states mentioned above and that the maximum field compatible with superconductivity is a sensitive function of the shape of the Fermi surface. Mean free path and spin-orbit effects on the partially depaired state are investigated. An experiment is proposed to decide between the partially depaired state and a large spin-orbit scattering rate as possible explanations for the large critical fields. More... »

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223-228

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  • 1971-02. The role of spin-orbit scattering in high field superconducting tunneling in ZEITSCHRIFT FÜR PHYSIK A HADRONS AND NUCLEI
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