High Temperature Superconductors

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Hello, frineds

I have a question

How is it possible to get High Temperature Supercondactor produced by laser radiation?

Maybe we can irradiate a target and the producing plasma will serrle down substrate

Do you have an idea?
 

f95toli

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I don't understand the question.
Are you refering to pulsed laser deposition of high-Tc superconductors?
 
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I want to observe an energy spectrum of high-Tc superconductors using mass spectrometer. If it is possible what parametrs of the setup required?
 

ZapperZ

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I want to observe an energy spectrum of high-Tc superconductors using mass spectrometer. If it is possible what parametrs of the setup required?
This is getting utterly puzzling. You want to observe "an energy spectrum" of HTS ".. using a mass spectrometer"???????

How is this related to your first post?

May I suggest that you be a bit more verbose in your question here, because the very short posts that you have made so far have been very confusing.

Zz.
 

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