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      YSrCuO; electron diffraction; EDX analyses; antiferromagnetism; superconductivity

    • Abstract


      Preparation, resistivity (ρ), field-cooled (FC) and zero field-cooled (ZFC) susceptibility (χ) of YSrCuO are reported. Zeroρ is observed at 72K. FCχ shows a superconducting transition at 68 K and also an antiferromagnetic transition at 15 K which is due to Y2Cu2O5 as deduced from electron diffraction and composition analyses. It is tentatively proposed that the Y-rich phase could be responsible for the observed superconductivity.

    • Author Affiliations


      R Suryanarayanan1 M Gasgnier2 MO Ruault3 P Tremblay4 S Baliga5 A L Jain5 O Gorochov1

      1. Laboratoire de Physique des Solides de Belleveue, CNRS, Meudon - 92195, France
      2. UPR 210, CNRS, Meudon - 92195, France
      3. CSNSM, Bat 108, Orsay - 91406, France
      4. UA 723, Bat 510, CNRS, 91, Orsay, France
      5. Servo Corporation of America, 111, New South Road, Hicksville, New York - 11802, USA
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