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3 K for nearly stoichiometric TiO. In 1978, Roberts presented (11) an addendum to his 1975 data set with the addition (or revision) of 8 new (mostly superconducting) oxides. Metal-rich binary systems (also referred to as metallic sub-oxides), however, exhibited slightly higher transition temperatures than the stoichiometric oxide compounds, but for these interstitials the T, was never any higher than that of the superconducting metal. 02 K. 18 K. As mentioned above in the intermetallic Section, beta-tungsten, which is chemically WsO, is the prototype of the A- 15 structure.
40 Chemistry of Superconductor Materials believed (56) that ferromagnetism (Fe from the crucible) had produced the strong signal, but on further examination, it was concluded that the abrupt change originated from the superconducting oxide (see Figure 14). A broad search for superconductivity in the “tungsten bronze” family was initiated. In many such systems, asuperconducting transition near 1 K was found. The most fruitful members of the “tungsten bronze” family were those possessing a symmetry lower than that of the cubic, and highly non-stoichiometric materials.
Pb and Nb acting as one component of the solid solution. Metallurgists joined the searching party in this endeavor. During the period 1940-1970 many such alloys (intermetallics) were found to be superconductors, but by 1970 the critical temperature had reached a peak value of only 20 K. Figure 3 shows the progress in increasing the transition temperature with new materials as plotted against the year of discovery. The slope of the line corresponds to a 3 degree increase in transition temperature per decade of research.
Chemistry of Superconductor Materials: Preparation, Chemistry, Characterization and Theory (Materials Science and Process Technology Series) by C. W. Gardiner, P. Zoller