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VOLUME 44 | ISSUE 11 | PAGE 693
The type of superconductivity in Bechgaard's salts
If the superconductivity in Bechgaard's salts corresponds to a triplet pairing, an alternating magnetic field at the surface will excite "spin waves" in the interior of the superconductor. The detection of these waves might make it possible to experimentally resolve the nature of the superconducting pairing in these materials.




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