Growth and Characterization of La2-XSrXCuoY and Bi2-XSr2-ZCuoy Crystals

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In order to grow large single crystals of the La2-xSrxCuOy and Bi2+xSr2-zCuOy families of high Tc superconductors, we have studied the relationships between nominal Sr composition in the starting materials and the Sr compositions of the resulting products. We present growth, x-ray, and composition data for these samples.

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Osofsky, M.S., Cohn, J.L., Lechter, W.L. et al. Growth and Characterization of La2-XSrXCuoY and Bi2-XSr2-ZCuoy Crystals. MRS Online Proceedings Library 169, 69–72 (1989). https://doi.org/10.1557/PROC-169-69

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