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6 Electric Characterization of Annealed Bi-2212/Ag Composites Figure 12 shows the temperature dependence of the resistivity as a function of Ag content for annealed Bi-2212/Ag composites. In this figure, it can be seen that Tc is the same for all the samples indicating the same intragranular behavior in all cases. As a consequence it can be deduced that Ag is not incorporated in the superconductor crystalline structure. Moreover, the high temperature resistivity values are very similar for all the samples indicating good electrical grains connectivity even when Ag is not present.