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Influence of synthetic processing on the magnetic properties of superconducting YBa2Cu3O7/Ag composites

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AC magnetisation measurements and scanning electron microscopy data obtained by four different means of synthesis of YBa2Cu 3O7/Ag composites show that the percolation threshold of silver metal is crucially dependent on the method of preparation. When the sintering is performed under conditions close to the eutectic melt formation, the percolation threshold of silver is shifted to lower values. At 20 wt% Ag addition and above, the silver layer precipitates at grain boundaries and fully interrupts the intergranular superconducting links
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scanning electron microscopy, silver, precipitation, percolation, magnetisation, high-temperature superconductors, grain boundary segregation, composite superconductors, barium compounds, sintering, yttrium compounds

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Plesch, G, Isabel Van Driessche, A Cigáň, J Maňka, Serge Hoste, and J Kliment. 2001. “Influence of Synthetic Processing on the Magnetic Properties of Superconducting YBa2Cu3O7/Ag Composites.” In Measurement 2001 : Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Measurement, ed. I Frollo, M Tysler, and A Plackova, 119–122. Bratislava, Slovakia: Institute of Measurement Science.
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Plesch, G., Van Driessche, I., Cigáň, A., Maňka, J., Hoste, S., & Kliment, J. (2001). Influence of synthetic processing on the magnetic properties of superconducting YBa2Cu3O7/Ag composites. In I. Frollo, M. Tysler, & A. Plackova (Eds.), Measurement 2001 : proceedings of the 3rd international conference on measurement (pp. 119–122). Presented at the 3rd International conference on Measurement (Measurement 2001), Bratislava, Slovakia: Institute of Measurement Science.
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Plesch G, Van Driessche I, Cigáň A, Maňka J, Hoste S, Kliment J. Influence of synthetic processing on the magnetic properties of superconducting YBa2Cu3O7/Ag composites. In: Frollo I, Tysler M, Plackova A, editors. Measurement 2001 : proceedings of the 3rd international conference on measurement. Bratislava, Slovakia: Institute of Measurement Science; 2001. p. 119–22.
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Plesch, G, Isabel Van Driessche, A Cigáň, et al. “Influence of Synthetic Processing on the Magnetic Properties of Superconducting YBa2Cu3O7/Ag Composites.” Measurement 2001 : Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Measurement. Ed. I Frollo, M Tysler, & A Plackova. Bratislava, Slovakia: Institute of Measurement Science, 2001. 119–122. Print.
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  abstract     = {AC magnetisation measurements and scanning electron microscopy data obtained by four different means of synthesis of YBa2Cu 3O7/Ag composites show that the percolation threshold of silver metal is crucially dependent on the method of preparation. When the sintering is performed under conditions close to the eutectic melt formation, the percolation threshold of silver is shifted to lower values. At 20 wt% Ag addition and above, the silver layer precipitates at grain boundaries and fully interrupts the intergranular superconducting links},
  articleno    = {A2002-13-7430C-009},
  author       = {Plesch, G and Van Driessche, Isabel and Cigáň, A and Maňka, J and Hoste, Serge and Kliment, J},
  booktitle    = {Measurement 2001 : proceedings of the 3rd international conference on measurement},
  editor       = {Frollo, I and Tysler, M and Plackova, A},
  isbn         = {80-967402-5-3},
  keywords     = {scanning electron microscopy,silver,precipitation,percolation,magnetisation,high-temperature superconductors,grain boundary segregation,composite superconductors,barium compounds,sintering,yttrium compounds},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Smolenice, Slovakia},
  pages        = {A2002-13-7430C-009:119--A2002-13-7430C-009:122},
  publisher    = {Institute of Measurement Science},
  title        = {Influence of synthetic processing on the magnetic properties of superconducting YBa2Cu3O7/Ag composites},
  year         = {2001},
}

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