3 years ago

Superconductivity in potassium doped 2,2

$-bipyridine.
An-Jun Qin, Ren-Shu Wang, Kai Zhang, Xiao-Jia Chen

Organic compounds are always promising candidates of superconductors with high transition temperatures. We examine this proposal by choosing 2,2

$-bipyridine solely composed by C, H, and N atoms. The presence of Messiner effect with a transition temperature of 7.2 K in this material upon potassium doping is demonstrated by the $dc$ magnetic susceptibility measurements. The real part of the $ac$ susceptibility exhibits the same transition temperature as that in $dc$ magnetization, and a sharp peak appeared in the imaginary part indicates the formation of the weakly linked superconducting vortex current. The occurence of superconductivity is further supported by the resistance drop at the transition together with its suppression by the applied magnetic fields. The superconducting phase is identified to be K$_3$-2,2
$-bipyridine from the analysis of Raman scattering spectra. This work not only opens an encouraging window for finding superconductivity after optoelectronics in 2,2
$-bipyridine-based materials but also offers an example to realize superconductivity from conducting polymers and their derivatives.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1801.06320

DOI: arXiv:1801.06320v1

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3 years ago

Superconductivity in potassium doped 2,2

$-bipyridine.
An-Jun Qin, Ren-Shu Wang, Kai Zhang, Xiao-Jia Chen

Organic compounds are always promising candidates of superconductors with high transition temperatures. We examine this proposal by choosing 2,2

$-bipyridine solely composed by C, H, and N atoms. The presence of Messiner effect with a transition temperature of 7.2 K in this material upon potassium doping is demonstrated by the $dc$ magnetic susceptibility measurements. The real part of the $ac$ susceptibility exhibits the same transition temperature as that in $dc$ magnetization, and a sharp peak appeared in the imaginary part indicates the formation of the weakly linked superconducting vortex current. The occurence of superconductivity is further supported by the resistance drop at the transition together with its suppression by the applied magnetic fields. The superconducting phase is identified to be K$_3$-2,2
$-bipyridine from the analysis of Raman scattering spectra. This work not only opens an encouraging window for finding superconductivity after optoelectronics in 2,2
$-bipyridine-based materials but also offers an example to realize superconductivity from conducting polymers and their derivatives.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1801.06320

DOI: arXiv:1801.06320v1

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3 years ago

Superconductivity in potassium doped 2,2

$-bipyridine.
An-Jun Qin, Ren-Shu Wang, Kai Zhang, Xiao-Jia Chen

Organic compounds are always promising candidates of superconductors with high transition temperatures. We examine this proposal by choosing 2,2

$-bipyridine solely composed by C, H, and N atoms. The presence of Messiner effect with a transition temperature of 7.2 K in this material upon potassium doping is demonstrated by the $dc$ magnetic susceptibility measurements. The real part of the $ac$ susceptibility exhibits the same transition temperature as that in $dc$ magnetization, and a sharp peak appeared in the imaginary part indicates the formation of the weakly linked superconducting vortex current. The occurence of superconductivity is further supported by the resistance drop at the transition together with its suppression by the applied magnetic fields. The superconducting phase is identified to be K$_3$-2,2
$-bipyridine from the analysis of Raman scattering spectra. This work not only opens an encouraging window for finding superconductivity after optoelectronics in 2,2
$-bipyridine-based materials but also offers an example to realize superconductivity from conducting polymers and their derivatives.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1801.06320

DOI: arXiv:1801.06320v1

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3 years ago

Superconductivity in potassium doped 2,2

$-bipyridine.
An-Jun Qin, Ren-Shu Wang, Kai Zhang, Xiao-Jia Chen

Organic compounds are always promising candidates of superconductors with high transition temperatures. We examine this proposal by choosing 2,2

$-bipyridine solely composed by C, H, and N atoms. The presence of Messiner effect with a transition temperature of 7.2 K in this material upon potassium doping is demonstrated by the $dc$ magnetic susceptibility measurements. The real part of the $ac$ susceptibility exhibits the same transition temperature as that in $dc$ magnetization, and a sharp peak appeared in the imaginary part indicates the formation of the weakly linked superconducting vortex current. The occurence of superconductivity is further supported by the resistance drop at the transition together with its suppression by the applied magnetic fields. The superconducting phase is identified to be K$_3$-2,2
$-bipyridine from the analysis of Raman scattering spectra. This work not only opens an encouraging window for finding superconductivity after optoelectronics in 2,2
$-bipyridine-based materials but also offers an example to realize superconductivity from conducting polymers and their derivatives.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1801.06320

DOI: arXiv:1801.06320v1

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3 years ago

Superconductivity in potassium doped 2,2

$-bipyridine.
An-Jun Qin, Ren-Shu Wang, Kai Zhang, Xiao-Jia Chen

Organic compounds are always promising candidates of superconductors with high transition temperatures. We examine this proposal by choosing 2,2

$-bipyridine solely composed by C, H, and N atoms. The presence of Messiner effect with a transition temperature of 7.2 K in this material upon potassium doping is demonstrated by the $dc$ magnetic susceptibility measurements. The real part of the $ac$ susceptibility exhibits the same transition temperature as that in $dc$ magnetization, and a sharp peak appeared in the imaginary part indicates the formation of the weakly linked superconducting vortex current. The occurence of superconductivity is further supported by the resistance drop at the transition together with its suppression by the applied magnetic fields. The superconducting phase is identified to be K$_3$-2,2
$-bipyridine from the analysis of Raman scattering spectra. This work not only opens an encouraging window for finding superconductivity after optoelectronics in 2,2
$-bipyridine-based materials but also offers an example to realize superconductivity from conducting polymers and their derivatives.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1801.06320

DOI: arXiv:1801.06320v1

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