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## Theory of Superconductivityby Helmut Eschrig Download Book(Respecting the intellectual property of others is utmost important to us, we make every effort to make sure we only link to legitimate sites, such as those sites owned by authors and publishers. If you have any questions about these links, please contact us.) link 1 About BookBook DescriptionTheory of Superconductivity is considered one of the best treatments of the field. This monograph, by Nobel Prize-winning physicist J. Robert Schrieffer, has been reprinted because of its enduring value as an introduction to the theory of superconductivity. Based on a series of lectures presented by the author at the University of Pennsylvania, the fundamentals of the theory of superconductivity are stressed as a means of providing the reader with a framework for the literature in which detailed applications of the microscopic theory are made to specific problems. It also serves as a foundation for the more recent developments in this active field. Card catalog descriptionTheory of Superconductivity is considered one of the best treatments of the field. This monograph, by Nobel Prizewinning physicist J. Robert Schrieffer, has been reprinted because of its enduring value as the introduction to the theory of superconductivity. Based on a series of lectures presented by the author at the University of Pennsylvania, the fundamentals of the microscopic theory of superconductivity are stressed as a means of providing the reader with a framework for the literature in which detailed applications of the microscopic theory are made to specific problems. It also serves as a foundation for the more recent developments in this active field. About the AuthorJ. Robert Schrieffer received his B.S. from MIT. He continued his studies at the University of Illinois, where he along with Professors John Bardeen and Leon Cooper developed the theory of superconductivity. He continued his work as a fellow at the University of Birmingham and the Niels Bohr Institute in Copenhagen. Following work at the Universities of Chicago and Illinois, Schrieffer won the Nobel Prize in 1972 for his work in superconductivity, sharing the honor with Bardeen and Cooper. He was a professor of physics at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and is now at the University of Florida, Tallahassee. ## Related Free eBooks- Introduction to Analytic Number Theory
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