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Carbon Nanotube and Copper Oxide Based Superconducting Composites: Umar Nasim: Guild Paper

May 10, 2018





This paper determines the possibility and plausibility of a carbon nanotube (CNT) and
copper oxide perovskite cell nanocomposite that could sustain a supercurrent under higher
critical parameters than either of the two materials separately. The analysis is based upon
phenomenological patterns and quantitative analysis from preceding papers, including LAMH
quantitative model of quasi one-dimensional superconductivity and thermally activated
magnetic hysteresis. Should both CNTs and cuprate superconductors form Cooper pairs
through the electron-phonon interactions and be able to condense to the same quantum state,

the correct molecular alignment of the anisotropic components will allow for a quasi one-
dimensional superconducting nanocomposite as the perovskite cells are intercalated between

metallic chiral MWCNTs. This nanocomposite could possess applications in quantum
computation, specifically the creation of quantum circuits through the Josephson effect.










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