A new route to oxide superconductors.Author, Arthur L. Robinson. Science, Volume 236: 1526, June 19, 1987.

Applications of High-Temperature Superconductivity. Authors, A.P. Malozemoff, W.J.Gallagher, and R.F. Schwall. Physics Today, Special Issue: Superconductivity,March 1986.

A superconductivity dream come true. Newsweek, Volume 110:98, October 12,1987.

The chemistry of superconductivity. Author, Janet Raloff. Science News, Volume 131:247, April 18, 1987.

Critical Fields and Currents in Superconductors. Author, J. Bardeen. Rev. Mod. Phys.,Volume 34, p.667,1962.

The discovery of a class of high-temperature superconductors. Authors, K. Alex Müller and J. Georg Bednorz. Science, Volume 237:1133, September 4 1987.

Engine design held a breakthrough; motor is said to be the first applying superconductor. New York Times, Volume 137:7, January 2, 1988.

Even lanthanum copper oxide is superconducting. Author, Anil Kurana. Physics Today, Volume 40:17. September 1987.

Frictionless electricity (superconductive synthetic metals). Author, Alex Kozlov.Science Digest, Volume 94:28, April 1986.

Getting warmer... (high temperature superconductors). Author, Michael Rogers.Newsweek, Volume 110:42-3, July 6, 1987.

Getting warmer; research in superconductivity post more remarkable advances.Author, Tim M. Beardsley. Scientific American, Volume 257:32, October 1987.

High-field superconductivity. Authors, David Larbalestier, Gene Fisk, and Bruce Montgomery. Physics Today, Volume 132:359, December 5, 1987.

High T_c may not need phonons: supercurrents increase. Author, Anil Khurana.Physics Today, Volume 40:17, July 1987.

High-temperature superconductivity: what's here, what's near, and what's unclear. Author, Karen Hartley. Science News, Volume 132:106, August 15, 1987.

High-temperature superconductivity in Y-Ba-Cu-O: Identification of a copper-rich superconducting phase. Authors, Angelica M. Stacy, John V. Badding, and Margaret J. Geselbracht. Journal of the American Chemical Society, Volume 109:2528-30, April 15, 1987.

High Temperature Superconductors with T_c over 30 K. (Symposium, Anaheim,California, April 21-25). Journal of Metal, Volume 131:164-65, March 14,1987.

How to make your own superconductors. Author, Bruce Schecter. Omni, Volume 10:72, November 1987.

Levitating a Magnet Using a Superconducting Material. Authors, Frederick H. Juergen, Arthur B. Ellis, Gunther H. Dieckmann, Ronald I. Perkins. Journal of Chemical Education. Volume 64. October 1987.

Magic trick moves out of the lab and into our everyday lives. Author, James S. Trefil. Smithsonian, Volume 15:78-82, July 1984

Magnetic fields induce superconductivity. Author, Bruce Schechter. Physics Today,Volume 38:21-3, December 1985.

New organic superconductor (BEDT-TTF). Author, Thomas H. Maugh, II. Science,Volume 226:37, October 5, 1984.

The new superconductivity. Scientific American, Volume 256:32-3, June 1987.

No resistance to superconductivity. Author, Karen Hartley. Science News, Volume 132:84, August 8, 1987.

Preparation, Iodometric Analysis, and Classroom Demonstration of Superconductivity in YBa_2Cu_3O_8_-_x Authors, Daniel C. Harris, Marian E. Hills, Terrell A. Hewston. Journal of Chemical Education. Volume 64: 847-850, October 1987.

The resonating valence bond state in La_2CuO_4 and superconductivity. Author, Philip Warren Anderson. Science, Volume 59:16, February 12, 1987.

A Simple Demonstration of High T_c Superconductive Powder. Authors, Roger Baker and James C. Thompson. Journal of Chemical Education, volume 64, October 1987.

A Simple instrument for determining superconducting transition temperatures. Author, M.L. Norton, Journal of Physics. E, Scientific Instruments, Volume 19:268-70, April 1986.

Superconducting electronics. Author, Donald G. McDonald. Physics Today. February 1981. p. 37-47

Superconducting Magnets. Authors, Malcom R. Beasley and Theodore H. Geballe.Physic Today, Volume 37:60-8, October 1984.

Superconducting pottery. Author, Elizabeth A. Thomson. Technology Review, Volume 91:11 January 1988.

Superconduction possible at room temperatures? Radio-Electronics, Volume 58:5,July 1987.

The superconductive computer in you future. Author, Stephen G. Davis. Datamation,Volume 33:74, August 15, 1987.

Superconductivity. Author Michael Tinkham. Physics Today, Volume 39:22-3, March 1986.

Superconductivity above liquid nitrogen temperature: preparation and properties of a family of perovskite-based superconductors. Authors, E.M.Engler, V.Y.Lee,and A.I.Nazzal. Journal of the American Chemical Society, Volume 109:2848-9 April 29, 1987.

Superconductivity and the Periodic System. Author, B.T. Matthias. American Scientists, Volume 58:80, 1970.

Superconductivity at 40 K in the oxygen-defect perovskites. La_2_-_xSr_xCuO_4_-_y. Authors,J.M.Tarascon, L.H. Greene, and W.R. McKinnon. Science, Volume 235:1373-6, March 13, 1987.

Superconductivity in alkaline earth-substituted La_2CuO_4_y. Authors, J.Georg Bednorz,K. Alex Müller, and Masaaki Takashige. Science, Volume 236:73-5, April 3,1987.

Superconductivity moves from the laboratory to the classroom: with inexpensive kits, teachers can give demonstrations. Author, Malcom W. Browne. New York Times, Volume 137:18(N), January 12, 1987.

Superconductor 2000: A Vision for the Future. Author, Sheridan Tatsuno.Superconductor Industry. Volume 6: 18-20. Spring 1993

Superconductors. Author, Arthur Fisher. Popular Science. Volume 232:54-58. April 1988

Superconductors, Hype vs Reality. Author, Gina Maran. Discover. Volume 8:22-32.August 1987

Superconductors Better Levitation through Chemistry. Author, Arthur B. Ellis. Journal of Chemical Education. Volume 64:836-841. October 1987.

Superconductor frenzy. Author, Arthur Fisher. Popular Science, Volume 231:54,July 1987.

Three Theories of Superconductivity. Author F.A. Masten. Journal of Chemical Education. Volume, 64:842-846. October 1987.

Tired of grinding your own superconductors? Business Week, pg. 88, February 1,1988.

Yb or not Yb? That is the question (work of Paul Chu and others). Author, Gina Kolata. Science, Volume 236:663-4, May 8, 1987

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