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Measurements of Stationary Josephson Current between High- Tc Oxides as a Tool to Detect Charge Density Waves

By Alexander M. Gabovich, Mai Suan Li, Henryk Szymczak and Alexander I. Voitenko

Submitted: June 9th 2014Reviewed: October 15th 2014Published: August 24th 2015

DOI: 10.5772/59590

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