Common high-temperature superconducting materials include bismuth strontium calcium copper oxide (BSCCO), lanthium barium copper oxide, yttrium barium copper oxide (YBCO), iron pnictides, and mercury barium calcium copper oxide.
What does YBaCuO stand for?
YBaCuO stands for Yttrium Barium Copper Oxide
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00 Hardcover QC611 Yttrium barium copper oxide superconductors (YBCOs) were the first materials that could superconduct above the boiling point of nitrogen.
In 1995 a Los Alamos team developed a method of depositing a superconducting ceramic known as yttrium barium copper oxide, or YBCO, on inexpensive nickel alloy tape by first applying a buffer layer of cubic zirconia.
In labs throughout the world, researchers are racing to develop wire from another high-temperature superconductor called yttrium barium copper oxide, or YBCO (pronounced ibco).
used an ingenious arrangement to probe these effects in yttrium barium copper oxide (SN: 4/2/94, p.