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Reactions at Ceramic Superconductor/Metal Interfaces

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  28 February 2011

Min-Seok Oh
Affiliation:
Lehigh UniversityDepartment of Materials Science and EngineeringBethlehem, PA 18015
Michael R. Notis
Affiliation:
Lehigh UniversityDepartment of Materials Science and EngineeringBethlehem, PA 18015
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Abstract

Joining technology for ceramic superconductors is currently a major problem. The possible reactions which occur at ceramic superconductors/metal interfaces are discussed and examples are shown of interfaces between YBa2Cu3Ox and Nd1.85Ce0.15CuO4-x vs. a series of metals (Ag, Ni, Fe) now being considered for joining and cladding applications. Various characterization techniques, including EPMA and x-ray mapping, are utilized for analyzing the spatial distribution of reaction products. In a composite configuration, Ag interlayer is found to promote interfacial reactions.

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Copyright © Materials Research Society 1990

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