Systematic studies on the temperature- and magnetic field-dependent electrical resistivity of superconducting amorphous metals such as Zr-X (X equals Rh, Ru, Cu, Ir, Ni, Fe) and Mo-Ru-B have revealed simple empirical rules exerted between their bulk and fluctuating superconductivity. All the materials with high resistivity rho (around 150-300 mu OMEGA cm) show the monotonic increase of rho (T) on cooling and then exhibit a broad peak at the temperature T//p. A quite simple correlation between T//p and the superconducting transition temperature, T//c is found, i. e. , T//p equals (2. 75 plus or minus 0. 25)T//c.
|Number of pages||5|
|Publication status||Published - 1985 Jan 1|
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