Superconductivity in the artificial metals: Metallic indium antimonide, the indium-antimonide-tin alloys, and metallic indium telluride

Bernhard R. Tittmann, A. J. Darnell, H. E. Bömmel, W. F. Libby

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Abstract

Superconductivity has been observed in metallic indium antimonide, in the alloys of indium antimonide with tin, and in indium telluride. The compounds and alloys were prepared and stabilized at atmospheric pressure in the way described by Darnell and Libby. Superconducting transition temperatures and critical magnetic fields were obtained by the eddy-current decay method used in measuring resistivities.

Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalPhysical Review
Volume135
Issue number5A
DOIs
StatePublished - Dec 1 1964

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indium tellurides
indium alloys
tin alloys
indium
superconductivity
eddy currents
metals
tin
atmospheric pressure
transition temperature
electrical resistivity
decay
magnetic fields

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Tittmann, Bernhard R. ; Darnell, A. J. ; Bömmel, H. E. ; Libby, W. F. / Superconductivity in the artificial metals : Metallic indium antimonide, the indium-antimonide-tin alloys, and metallic indium telluride. In: Physical Review. 1964 ; Vol. 135, No. 5A.
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