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This fraction may be a function of the class of superconductors as the number of states expelled from the gap is related to the size of the gap and the density of normal states. 3, 2ns - (~/2)nIEF . Eqs. 2h- 1n- 1I3 (9) (10) As before, eq. 10 is obtained for quasi-2 &quasi-l dimensions. 2 ,3 23 Table 1. Compari~on Material n Heavyelec. metal 1029/m3 Mettalic Supercond. 1029/m3 1028/m3 Ceramic Oxide Li-Be-H 5x1029/m3 MetallicH 103O/m3 Neutron 1043_ 1029/m3 Star of Estimated T c and 2 ,1. with Data for Wide Range of Matter Dim.
Plotting dV IdI gives directly the probability distribution of ics fHc}. If the weak links all have the same I the transition will be sharp; however. for a normal flic} the n-value of the transition will depend on 0'. the s~dard deviation of fli }. and Inversely on the mean critical current
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Advances in Cryogenic Engineering Materials : Part A by K. Tachikawa (auth.), R. P. Reed, F. R. Fickett (eds.)