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Abrikosov and the author have separately suggested that a new type of reversible magnetic behavior is to be expected in superconductors whose coherence length is small compared with their penetration depth. The treatments of these two authors are shown to lead to similar results for pure metals and to only slightly different results for alloys. The experimental evidence in favor of a new type of reversible magnetic behavior in superconductors is discussed.
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