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Theory of Superconductivity: A Primer

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Theory of Superconductivity: A Primer
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Publisher: IFW Dresden
Number of pages: 58

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These lecture notes introduce into the phenomenological and qualitative theory of superconductivity. Nowhere any specific assumption on the microscopic mechanism of superconductivity is made although on a few occasions electron-phonon interaction is mentioned as an example. The theoretical presuppositions are exclusively guided by phenomena and kept to a minimum in order to arrive at results in a reasonably simple manner.

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