Journal reference: Recent Advances in Mathematical Research and Computer Science 2022, 6, 56-63 DOI: 10.9734/bpi/ramrcs/v6/1634A
The dependence of the critical temperature $T_c$ of high-temperature superconductors of various families on their composition and structure is proposed. A clear dependence of the critical temperature of high-temperature superconductors (hydrides, Hg- and Y-based cuprates) on the serial number of the constituent elements, their valence and crystal lattice structure has been revealed. For cuprates, it is shown that it is possible to obtain even higher temperatures of superconducting transitions at normal pressure by implanting mercury atoms into the crystal lattice of cuprate.
High-temperature superconductivity; critical temperature
MATERIALS SCIENCE, General Materials Science
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