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33) where ξ is the GL coherence length, which is given by ξ (T ) = ( 2 2m *α (T )) . 34) The GL coherence length is the recovery length to the spatial change in the order parameter. 4 is the characteristic length that shows the extension of the Cooper pair. 4 Type I and Type II Superconductors In the framework of the GL theory, two degrees of freedom of the phase and the amplitude are included in the order parameter. The characteristic lengths that show spatial correlations of the phase and the amplitude are the GL penetration depth λ(T) and the GL coherence length ξ(T).

63) because the effectiveness of vortex pinning is lost at J = Jc. 62, we get kT ν J = J c ⎛ 1 − B ln 0 ⎞ . 64) That is, the relaxation of J depending on the logarithm of time, which is the vortex creep, is derived.

43) This anisotropic model is called the effective mass model [47]. 3. As for YBa2Cu3O7–x and Bi2Sr2CaCu2O8, γa ≈ 5 and γa ≈ 24 are reported, respectively. In YBa2Cu3O7–x, ξc is shorter than the c-axis lattice constant, but ξab is longer than the a/b axes lattice constant. ξc is extremely short in Bi2Sr2CaCu2O8, for example, so that the wave function of Cooper pairs is confined in the CuO2 layer and twodimensional properties become remarkable. In this case, the Lawrence-Doniach model [48] is used to explain the anisotropic properties.

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