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Eliashberg's paper published in 1960

  1. Jul 17, 2003 #1
    dear everyone
    It's my first time here,and I want to get some help.
    My sub is condensed matter,and now I am doing some experiments on superconductor.What confuse me greatly is that i cann't find lots of important papers published before,such as one of Eliashberg's paper
    published in 1960.May u help me?
    My email:leoant21@hotmail.com
    Thank u for ur kindness.
     
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  3. Jul 17, 2003 #2
    Re: help

    Hi Leoant,
    Look in Google "GM Eliashberg, superconductor". There are a couple of 1985 papers at the end of the url: www.mit.edu/~levitov/research.html
    Cheers, Jim
     
  4. Jul 17, 2003 #3
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    Originally posted by leoant
    dear everyone
    It's my first time here,and I want to get some help.
    My sub is condensed matter,and now I am doing some experiments on superconductor.What confuse me greatly is that i cann't find lots of important papers published before,such as one of Eliashberg's paper
    published in 1960.May u help me?
    My email:leoant21@hotmail.com
    Thank u for ur kindness.
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------


    Yes,ir seems a problem as only JETP letters(the english translation of Zh. Eksp. Teor. Fiz. in which the article was published)only published after 1996 are available online.You can look in some library for 1960 JETP papers.I feel it should definitely be there.I could only find the abstract at http://www.iop.org/EJ/refs/1367-2630/5/1/372 but it is unlikely if it of some help.Anyway,its here:

    Interaction between electrons and lattice vibrations in a superconductor


    A perturbation theory for the Green function is developed in which the Green function calculated for the superconducting ground state is used as the zero approximation Dyson equations are written from which the electron Green function can be determined Interaction between electrons and phonons is not assumed to be small. The spectrum and damping of the excitations are calculated.

    you can buy it online if you wish.The URL for buying is same as the above(follow the hyperlink to chemport there).

    cheers
    :smile:
     
  5. Jul 18, 2003 #4
    Umm.....
    thanks very much, and I want to know if there is someplace i may get it free?
     
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