Nickel-based substrate for ceramic superconductor

Superconductor technology: apparatus – material – process – High temperature – per se – Having tc greater than or equal to 150 k


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A ceramic superconductor comprises a substantially nonmagnetic preannealed nickel-based alloy substrate which supports a ceramic superconductor. The substrate may include aluminum to strengthen the substrate, make it less magnetic and enhance its chemical compatibility with the ceramic superconductor. The ceramic is formed on the substrate by sintering superconductor grains at temperatures above C. to enhance densification of the ceramic.

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