Resistive Transitions of Ni-Doped Ba2YCu3O7 in High-Magnetic Fields
Resistive transitions of single crystal Ba2YCu3-χNiχO7 were studied in magnetic field up to 20 tesla. For dop concentrations of χ = 0.01 and χ 0.03, the transition temperature in zero field decreased from the undoped value of 88K to 82K and 76K respectively, while the transition width †T (10%-90%) is still less than 1K. Moreover, Ni-doping has a dramatic effect on the resistive transition, tending to suppress the field dependent broadening.
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Delin, K. A.; Mcniff, E. J.; Foner, Simon N.; Orlando, Terry P.; Van Dover, Robert B.; Schneemeyer, Lynn; and Waszczak, J. V., "Resistive Transitions of Ni-Doped Ba2YCu3O7 in High-Magnetic Fields" (1989). Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works. 256.