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Superconductivity: Fundamentals and Applications (Physics) | Hardcover

by Werner Buckel (Author), Reinhold Kleiner (Author)


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Binding:  Hardcover
Publisher:  Wiley-VCH
Edition:  2nd, Revised and Enlargednd Edition
Page Count:  475 Pages
Publication Date:  September 03, 2004
Sales Rank:  5232573rd



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This well-respected and established standard work, which has been successful for over three decades, offers a comprehensive introduction into the topic of superconductivity, including its latest developments and applications. The book has been completely revised and thoroughly expanded by Professor Reinhold Kleiner. By dispensing with complicated mathematical derivations, this book is of interest to both science and engineering students.For almost three decades now, the German version of this book - currently in its sixth edition - has been established as one of the state of the art works on superconductivity.

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