Electrical and Magnetic Properties of High Temperature Superconductors Using Varying forms of Data Acquisition
High temperature superconductors (HTS) are materials that display superconducting properties at temperatures above that of liquid nitrogen. Possible applications and ease of use in a typical physics laboratory make them interesting systems to study. In this experiment we measured the critical temperatures of two samples made of different HTS materials. We also devised a method that makes taking data automated.
Hays, Aryn M.; Bechtel, Lindsay; Turbeville, Colton; Johnsen, Anthony; and Tanner, Chris A.
"Electrical and Magnetic Properties of High Temperature Superconductors Using Varying forms of Data Acquisition,"
The Journal of Advanced Undergraduate Physics Laboratory Investigations, JAUPLI-B: Vol. 2, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalshowcase.lynchburg.edu/jaupli-b/vol2/iss1/3