Manivannan, V and Gopalakrishnan, J and Rao, CNR (1994) Synthesis of Cuprates of Perovskite Structure in the Ba-Pb-Cu-O, Ba-Bi-Cu-O, and Ba-Pb-Tl-Cu-O Systems: Possible High Tc Superconductivity in a Perovskite-like Phase in the Ba-Pb-Tl-Cu-O System. In: Journal of Solid State Chemistry, 109 (1). pp. 205-209.
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Cubic cuprates (a not, vert, similar 18.6 Å) with a BaCuO2-type structure were obtained in the Ba-Pb-Cu-O and Ba-Bi-Cu-O systems by the reaction of the component oxides at a high temperature (1370-1420 K), followed by quenching. By annealing these phases in oxygen at 1070-1120 K, perovskite-like phase (a not, vert, similar 4.3 Å) of the formulae BaPb1-xCuxO3-y and BaBi1-xCuxO3-y (0 < x ? 0.5) were obtained. A perovskite of nominal composition BaPb0.25Tl0.25 Cu0.5O3-y, prepared by a similar procedure, was found to be superconducting with a Tc of not, vert, similar 70 K.
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|Date Deposited:||18 Apr 2011 05:17|
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