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|Title:||Role of Self-irradiation Defects on the Ageing of 239PuCoGa5|
|Authors:||JUTIER Frederic; GRIVEAU JEAN-CHRISTOPHE; VAN DER BEEK C.j.; COLINEAU ERIC; WASTIN FRANCK; REBIZANT JEAN; BOULET Pascal; WISS THIERRY; THIELE HARTMUT; SIMONI E.|
|Citation:||EUROPHYSICS LETTERS vol. 78 p. 57008-p1 57008-p6|
|Publisher:||EDP SCIENCES S A|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||Low-temperature accumulation and annealing experiments, in conjunction with electrical resitivity and critical current density measurements, were used to study the ageing of the actinide superconductor PuCoGa5. These measurements reveal that 2-nm–sized nonsuperconducting point-like regions are the main damages formed during room temperature ageing; smaller point-like defects are irrelevant to transport properties. Defect sizes and densities deduced from experiment agree with Transmission Electron Microscopy observations.|
|JRC Institute:||Institute for Transuranium Elements|
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