- Iron oxypnictide superconductors
- Iron oxypnictides
- Iron pnictide superconductors
- Iron pnictides
- Oxypnictide superconductors
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- found: Bandwidth and Fermi surface of iron-oxypnictides : covalency and sensitivity to structural changes, 2008.
- found: Sauer, C. Model calculations of Raman responses for multiband iron-based superconductors, 2009.
- found: Wikipedia, accessed May 9, 2012 (Iron-based superconductors (which may be abbreviated to IBS) are chemical compounds (containing iron) with superconducting properties. In 2008, led by recently discovered iron pnictide compounds (originally known as oxypnictides), they were in the first stages of experimentation and implementation. This new type of superconductors is based instead on conducting layers of iron and a pnictide (typically arsenic) and seems to show promise as the next generation of high temperature superconductors.)
- notfound: McGraw-Hill dictionary of scientific and technical terms, 2003
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