The Pairing Theory – Its Physical Basis and Its Consequences
The key developments which set the scene for the microscopic theory of superconductivity are discussed and the physical reasoning which lead to the pairing theory is presented. Consequences of the BCS theory are reviewed.
KeywordsWave Packet Fermi Surface Microscopic Theory Attractive Potential Flux Quantum
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