Superconductor technology: apparatus – material – process – High temperature – per se – Having tc greater than or equal to 150 k
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This invention describes the way to prepare high purity Bi-based superconducting powders with the zero resistance temperature at 110K. The technique employs the dissolution of corresponding metal nitrates in deionized water, plus oxalic acid to chelate the metal cations. The amount of oxalic acid equals to about half of the total nitrate anion in molar ratio. After pH adjustment and gelation, optimal calcination results in 110K superconducting powders in high purity.
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Chiang Chung K.
Huang Yao T.
Shei Cheng Y.
Industrial Technology Research Institute
Swope Bradley A.
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