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Can vortices in Type II move?

by Hornbein
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Hornbein
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Jan27-14, 12:09 PM
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I'm used to astrophysics, where flux tubes in highly conductive materials are said to be "frozen" to such materials because such movement would create a very large amount of eddy currents. So you would think flux tubes in a solid superconductor could not move at all. But it seems that the vortices in Type II superconductors tend move and that some effort is made to pin them.

What am I missing?
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M Quack
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Jan28-14, 05:44 AM
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They do indeed move as is seen in this video.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vwFm7d_0GsA


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