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# From thermodynamics the entropy difference perunit volume between the normal and

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Problem 65

From thermodynamics the entropy difference perunit volume between the normal and superconductingstates isSV 00T a B22m0b where B 2/20 is the magnetic energy density neededto return a superconductor to the normal state. Usethis fact to compute the entropy difference betweenthe normal and superconducting states in 1 mole ofniobium at a temperature of 6.0 K.

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