Artificial 2D Flux Pinning Centers in MgB<inf>2</inf> Induced by Graphitic-Carbon Nitride Coated on Boron for Superconductor Applications
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- ACS Applied Nano Materials, 2019, 2 (9), pp. 5399 - 5408
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© 2019 American Chemical Society. Systemic investigation was carried out on the microstructure, superconducting properties, and flux pinning mechanism of MgB2 in situ fabricated with magnesium and g-C3N4 coated boron as precursors. The encapsulation of the boron powders with g-C3N4 was achieved by polycondensation of urea on boron powders. The g-C3N4 decomposes during the MgB2 fabrication to induce two-dimensional few-carbon layer, dispersed nanoparticles, and carbon-rich phases in the matrix to enhance the flux pinning force and Hirr of MgB2, which accounts for the in-field critical current density (Jc(H)) increase compared to the pure MgB2. The carbon layers acting as artificial two-dimensional flux pinning centers, have demonstrated high flux pinning efficiency to increase the Jc(H) of MgB2 superconductors.
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