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The YBaCuO superconducting bulks were prepared by the thermal diffusion process involving the peritectic reaction to investigate the effect on microstructure and superconductivity. All the diffused YBaCuO could be successively separated from superconducting 123 phase by applying the thermal diffusion process. Electromagnetic properties of treated and untreated YBaCuO superconductor were evaluated to investigate the pinning effect. It was confirmed experimentally that a large amount of magnetic flux was trapped in the thermal treated superconducting bulk than that in the untreated one, indicating that the pinning centers of magnetic flux are related closely to the occurrence mechanism of the magnetic effect.
Pinning;Ceramic oxides;Superconducting property
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