ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE AND SUPERCONDUCTIVITY/MAGNETISM IN TERNARY COMPOUNDS.

Arthur J Freeman, T. Jarlborg

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The electronic structure of rare earth (RE) ternary borides and Chevrel phase molybdenum chalcogenide compounds are described using the results obtained to discuss the origin of their magnetic and superconducting properties. Refs.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)167-200
Number of pages34
JournalTopics in Current Physics
Volume34
Publication statusPublished - 1800

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Molybdenum compounds
Borides
Magnetism
Superconductivity
Rare earths
Electronic structure

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ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE AND SUPERCONDUCTIVITY/MAGNETISM IN TERNARY COMPOUNDS. / Freeman, Arthur J; Jarlborg, T.

In: Topics in Current Physics, Vol. 34, 1800, p. 167-200.

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