Superconductors (SCs) are attractive materials in all respects for any community. They provide a deep insight into the physical properties of the condensed matters and also have useful applications as ultra-low-power-dissipation systems that can help resolve the present energy problems. In particular, the recent advancement of carbon-based new supe

chapter 1|36 pages

Theoretical Study of Superconductivity in 4-Angstrom Carbon Nanotube Arrays

ByTing Zhang, Mingyuan Sun, Zhe Wang, Wu Shi, Rolf Lortz, Zikang Tang, Ning Wang, Ping Sheng

chapter 2|22 pages

The Search for Superconductivity at van Hove Singularities in Carbon Nanotubes

ByYanfei Yang, Georgy Fedorov, Jian Zhang, Alexander Tselev, Serhii Shafranjuk, Paola Barbara

chapter 5|50 pages

Superconductivity in Carbon Nanotubes: Limitations, Competition, and Implementation Toward Higher Tc

ByJian He, Keqin Yang, Jason Reppert, Malcolm Skove, Apparao M. Rao

chapter 6|20 pages

Enhancement of Superconductivity and Lattice Instability in Graphite-Intercalated CaC6

ByAndrea Gauzzi, Nedjma Bendiab, Matteo d’Astuto, Bernard Canny, Matteo Calandra, Francesco Mauri, Geneviève Loupias, Shinya Takashima, Hidenori Takagi, Nao Takeshita, Chieko Terakura, Nicolas Emery, Claire Hérold, Philippe Lagrange, Michael Hanfland, and Mohamed Mezouar

chapter 9|34 pages

Surface Superconductivity in Rhombohedral Graphite

ByNikolai B. Kopnin, Tero T. Heikkilä

chapter 10|16 pages

Superconductivity and Local Structure in Boron-Doped Diamond

ByHidekazu Mukuda

chapter 11|15 pages

Superconductivity in Boron-Doped SiC

ByTakahiro Muranaka