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Freestanding Films of YBa2cu3O6.9

  • D. S. Ginley (a1), M. A. Mitchell (a1), W. Fu (a2), J. F. Kwak (a1), E. L. Venturini (a1) and R. J. Baughman (a1)...

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Thick (20–300 /im) freestanding films of ceramic YBa2Cu3O0–9 have been obtained by resintering YBa2Cu3O0–9 powder in air after screen printing onto fused silica substrates. An interfacial reaction occurs between the powder and the silica substrate which efficiently debonds the resintered film upon cooling. The magnetization and transport properties of these films are comparable to those for high quality bulk ceramic samples.

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Freestanding Films of YBa2cu3O6.9

  • D. S. Ginley (a1), M. A. Mitchell (a1), W. Fu (a2), J. F. Kwak (a1), E. L. Venturini (a1) and R. J. Baughman (a1)...

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