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We investigate the crystal growth of YBa2Cu4O8 and Y2Ba4Cu7C7O15−σ in Al2O3 crucibles at P(O2) = 20 MPa employing commercial O2-HIP equipment. Large crystals of YBa2Cu4O8 up to 1 × 0.5 × 0.05 mm3 are obtained from starting compositions of about 65–67 mol % CuO. When we use a composition of Y: Ba: Cu = 2:6:15, single crystals of YBa2Cu4O8, free from contamination, are obtained at a growth temperature of 1000°C, and those of the Y2Ba4Cu7O15 phase with Al, having the maximum size of 3 × 1.5 × 0.05 mm3, are obtained at a temperature of 1050°C. YBa2Cu4O8 crystals exhibit a superconducting transition temperature Tc of 75 K. Y2Ba4Cu7O15−σ crystals have a Tc of 20 K because of the contamination of aluminum from the crucible.
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