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Microstructure control of an oxide superconductor by a hybridization process through grinding

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A synthetic process for the nanocomposite of aBa2 YCU3Ο7-y superconductor and silver was examined. Hybridization through grinding promoted the unform dispersion of silver ultrafine particles (of the order of 10 nm diameter) in the Ba2YCu3O7-y matrix. Hot isostatic pressing (HIP) sintering suppressed the undesirable grain growth of silver of the order of 100-300 nm in the sintered body. Enhancement of both superconducting transport current and magnetic flux pinning properties was promoted by the control of the post-annealing condition of the HIP body.

Affiliations: 1: National Industrial Research Institute of Nagoya, 1-1 Hirate-cho, Kita-ku, Nagoya 462, Japan


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