The investigation of EPR paramagnetic probe line width and shape temperature dependence in high-temperature superconductors of Bi–Pb–Sr–Ca–Cu–O system
Physics Letters A
EPR, paramagnetic, probe line, width, shape, temperature, dependence, high-temperature, superconductors, Bi–Pb–Sr–Ca–Cu–O, system
Chemistry | Physical Chemistry
The work is related with the finding out of magnetic phases in strongly anisotropic high-temperature superconductor Bi1,7Pb0,3Sr2Ca2Cu3O10-δ in the temperature region where the superconductor is in the normal state. It was studied the temperature dependence of the paramagnetic probe EPR line width. In the normal state at T>Tc near 175 K it was revealed a pick in the temperature dependence of line width. In this region it was observed the time increase of the line width with the characteristic time ~ 17 min. This shows the possibility of magnetic phase formation in this material.
J. G. Chigvinadze, Juana Vivó Acrivos, I. G. Akhvlediani, M. I. Chubabria, T. L. Kalabegishvili, and T. I. Sanadze. "The investigation of EPR paramagnetic probe line width and shape temperature dependence in high-temperature superconductors of Bi–Pb–Sr–Ca–Cu–O system" Physics Letters A (2009): 874-878. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.physleta.2008.11.066
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