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Applied Superconductivity 1995, Proceedings of EUCAS 1995, the Second European Conference on Applied Superconductivity, held in Edinburgh, Scotland, ... (Institute of Physics Conference Series) 0th Edition

ISBN-13: 978-0750303484
ISBN-10: 0750303484
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"... an outstanding source of reference for researchers active in the field of superconductivity and a source of introductory material by way of overview articles which are accessible to non-experts. The diversity and extent of the technical papers on applications and bulk and thin film materials fabrication techniques is clear testimony to the good health of the subject in general and forms the basis of an optimism for the realisation of commercial products based on both LTS and HTS technology in the not too distant future." "The success of the work is clear from the large number of citations it has already received in scientific journals and these volumes will be essential occupants of the bookshelves of researchers for several years to come." -- David Cardwell, IRC in Superconductivity, University of Cambridge for ? Taylor and Francis, Contemporary Physics, December 1996

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