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Nevertheless, it is most likely that this idea contains the necessary germ of truth which will serve as a nucleus for theoretical development. Equation (30) shows the usual critical behavior, yielding a critical temperature at the temperature for which (31) where Vis some average of the exchange potential v(k - k'). BCS Theory of Superconductivity 5 The essential idea of Bardeen, Cooper, and Schrieffer is that the superconducting ground state is a condensation of electrons into a coherent set of bound state pairs.

Long-range order disappears at the Curie temperature, and there is no conceivable way in which the low-temperature phase can be continued. -point transition; for example, Gorter suggested the use of a liquid and gas enclosed in a constant volume as an illustration of a standard second order transition, and in this case the transition temperature is associated with the disappearance of the liquid phase; there is again no possibility of continuing the low-temperature phase beyond the transition. If we wipe out the portion of phase 1 above I;, in Fig.

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