|Aug10-12, 12:19 PM||#1|
conservation of current in superconductor
1-) whether the (Cooper pair) current is conserved in a superconductor?
2-) and, how I can see it mathematically?
3-) are there any differences between the London theory and the BCS theory in regard to current conservation.
I would appreciate any comments on these questions.
|Aug10-12, 01:08 PM||#2|
Wellcome to the forum. That's a question I try to understand for years now.
Maybe you'll find the Nobel lecture of Nambu interesting in this respect:
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