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Electric Fields in Superconductors

  • Jan Koláček
  • Pavel Lipavský
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Abstract

The electric field in the superconductor is discussed for the equilibrium and the quasi-stationary regime. For the equilibrium we present a theory that is microscopic on the level of the Ginzburg—Landau theory. For the quasi-stationary regime we discuss a phenomenologic picture for quantities averaged over the Abrikosov lattice of vortices.

Keywords

Electrostatic Potential Lorentz Force Vortex Lattice Normal Electron Hall Voltage 
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  • Pavel Lipavský

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