The multi-gap structure of a spectrum means that the density of states of the superconducting electrons contains several peaks. Because of the interband transitions, the system is characterized by a single critical temperature. The main properties are described. A two-gap spectrum has been observed in novel systems, and this is due to the small value of the coherence length.
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