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G. Hawksworth, D. L. Moffat, R. Remsbottom, D. B. Smathers, and A. W. West. Nb-Ti Superconductors-Present Status and Potential for Improvement 35 NOTATION Roman symbols b = reduced critical field = BI Bc2 B = magnetic field Bc2 = upper critical field f(b) = the function for the Fpl Fp(max) vs. BI Bc2 curve Fp = pinning force Jc = superconducting critical current density M, = martensitic transformation temperature Tc = superconducting transition temperature Greek symbols y = electronic specific heat coefficient Pn = normal-state resistivity Superscript m = pinning exponent REFERENCES 1.
5 K) and strong in A WS 330 (8 = 112 K). Cluster Moments As pointed out bJ- Hahn and Wohlfarth in a useful discussion of cluster superparamagnetism C ], information about the abundance of the clusters and their magnetic moments can be obtained from either magnetic or calorimetric data. tcL(lLcH/kBT) + NIL 2 H/k BT + X~ (2) where subscript c refers to the giant cluster moments, IL is the residual atomic moment of number of density, N, and Xb is the background temperature-independent paramagnetism.