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penetration depth


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Symbol λL. The depth in a superconductor that a magnetic field can penetrate without being expelled (assuming that the field strength is not too high to destroy the superconducting state). This thin surface layer usually has a depth of about 10−5 cm and is temperature dependent.

Subjects: Physics.


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