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To t h e length of the rod. Any substance, w h i c h in an applied field H acquires a m a g n e t i z a t i o n / , c h a n g e s its free energy per unit v o l u m e b y an amountt a Ä£Ç ) = -ì á 0 jldH . e. t h e magnetization in t h e s a m e direction as t h e m a g n e t i c field, t h e free energy is lowered. 1) implies t h a t , w h e n a s u b s t a n c e is m a g n e t i z e d by an applied m a g n e t i c field, its free energy c h a n g e s b y an a m o u n t proportional t o t h e area u n d e r i t s m a g n e t i z a t i o n curve ( / v.
E. w h e t h e r exponential or otherwise). 14), satisfies t h i s general definition of p e n e t r a t i o n d e p t h . L In t h e previous c h a p t e r it w a s pointed o u t t h a t any current in a superconductor m u s t flow n e a r t h e surface. F o r a uniform m a g n e t i c field applied parallel t o t h e surface (Fig. 14) dB/dx 0 L OX have A L J, = j ^ - e x p (-x/X) L w h i c h w e m a y w r i t e as W e see, therefore, t h a t any c u r r e n t flows close t o t h e surface w i t h i n t h e penetration d e p t h .
Nevertheless, it is possible w i t h great care to produce specimens so nearly perfect t h a t they have properties very closely approximating t o the ideal. H o w e v e r , t h e greater t h e degree of imperfection t h e greater will b e the d e p a r t u r e from ideal behaviour. An ideal specimen h a s a sharply defined critical field strength and its magnetization curve is completely reversible. —c Ç FIG . 6. Magneti c behaviou r of a non-idea l superconductor . INTRODUCTION TO SUPERCONDUCTIVITY 48 magnetic b e h a v i o u r of an imperfect sample.