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Composite Reaction Texturing

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  1. CRT – Composite Reaction Texturing is a process developed at the University of Cambridge by Prof

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    created by user picturefactobot on March 2, 2009
  2. J.E.Evetts by which ceramic superconductors with microstructural texture can be developed for high current applications

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  3. Ceramic superconductors with critical current temperature above 77K, the temperature of liquid nitrogen, became extremely popular in eighties after the discovery of YBCO materials

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  4. The crystal structure of these materials consists of unit cells in which the current flows predominantly in the ab planes compared with the c-axis

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  5. One drawback of the ceramic superconductors in polycrystalline materials is the low critical current density

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