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May be ex-library. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!. To prevent dissipation, flux lines have to be pinned by impurities, which are an intrinsic property of stochiometric high-Tc materials but can also be engineered into the materials. It has turned out that in high-Tc superconductors the vortex lattice is subject to fluctuations, which are both thermal fluctuations because type-II superconductivity and, thus, the vortex lattice exist up to relatively high temperatures and fluctuations from the frozen quenched impurities and defects.

As a result, the vortex lattice constitutes a very interesting form of lattice matter, in which interactions are tunable by magnetic field and in which thermal and quenched disorder fluctuations give rise to a very rich phase diagram comprising both liquid and glassy phases. In a sense, the vortex matter can be regarded as "soft" because elastic deformations can be easily triggered by energies of the order of kBT or typical disorder energies, which makes vortex matter very susceptible to phase transformations. Because of this property, vortex matter has also shifted into the focus of statistical physics.

To prevent dissipation, flux lines have to be pinned by impurities. The presence of randomly distributed impurities leads to the formation of a glassy state of the flux line array, the "vortex glass", in which the linear resistivity of the superconductor vanishes because of arbitraryly high energy barriers between different metastable pinned states of the vortex lattice.

Such glassy phases can be the result of point "vortex glass" or columnar "Bose glass" defects see Refs. The existence of vortex glass phases for point disorder has been proposed initially in Refs. Since then, it has become clear that this picture should be modified in superconductors with point defects.

The vortex glass phase which could be establisehd in these systems is actually a phase with quasi-long range topological order of the Abrikosov-lattice: The elastic "Bragg glass" [4]-[6]. It could be also called a "positional glass" since its properties are defined in terms of the vortex degrees of freedom. Moreover, thermal fluctuations of the vortex lines can give rise to a melting of the vortex lattice and, thus, the existence of "vortex liquid" phases see [2] for a review. It is the theoretical challenge in this field to develop a consistent theory for all types of vortex matter phases, including the quasi-ordered "Bragg glass", eventually another "amorphous vortex glass" phase lacking positional order, and the "vortex liquid" phases at higher temperatures.

In order to achieve this we developed a unified theory of liquid and glassy vortex phases for superconductors containing quenched point disorder based on defect-mediated phase transitions between the different phases []. Specifically, we showed that the proliferation and pinning of dislocations and dislocation loops can explain the complex phase behavior observed in experiments [].