Inconsistency of the conventional theory of superconductivity

25 Apr 2020 Hirsch J. E.

In a process where the temperature of a type I superconductor in a magnetic field changes, the conventional theory of superconductivity predicts that Joule heat is generated and that the final state is independent of the speed of the process. I show that these two predictions cannot be simultaneously reconciled with the laws of thermodynamics... (read more)

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