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Thesis (MS)--U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, 1959.
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Transition edge sensors are the detectors of choice for a wide range of applications; from dark matter search, neutrino search, to cosmic radiation detection from near infrared to millimeter wavelengths. We are developing transition edge sensors using superconducting iridium thin films and we are proposing their use for future dark matter and neutrino search : Daniela Florentina Bogorin. Transition in FeSe Thin Films by Electric Field et al-Electronic transport properties of superconducting FeSe thin films in a magnetic field A G Zaitsev et al-This content was downloaded from IP address on 11/10/ at time t for FeSe thin ﬁlms prepared under the conditions listed in.
A. Notarys: Thin Film Superconducting Devices its amplitude in the surrounding superconductors. Such a situation is illustrated in the top of Fig. 1, where we have plotted the amplitude of the superconducting wave function as a function of position through a region w connecting superconductor sl to superconductor s2. - The superconducting transition temperature of vapour-quenched, amorphous films of Bi and Ga is suppressed by a factor of two as the thickness is decreased from 50 to 3 nm. The thickness dependence agrees with a proximity type model in which the film consists of a thin.
Superconducting-Insulating Quantum Phase Transition in Homogenous Thin Films Jonathan K. Whitmer Department of Physics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign West Green Street, Urbana, IL , USA ABSTRACT Superconductivity can break down in . Superconductivity Near Transition to Insulating State in MoC Ultrathin Films Studied by Subkelvin STM P. Szabó a, P. Neilinger b, M. Trgala, M. Grajcar, P. Samuely a aCentre of Low empTerature Physics @ Institute of Experimental Physics, Sloakv Academy of Sciences, Park Angelinum 9, .
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EMS and J. SWIHART Department of Physics, Indiana University, Bloomington, IndianaUSA Received 9 October A narrow resistance peak as a function of temperature and magnetic field has been found at the superconducting transition for Cited by: 1. Volume 68A, number 5, 6 PHYSICS LETTERS 30 October SCALING BEHAVIOR OF RESISTWE TRANSITIONS IN THIN SUPERCONDUCTING FILMS FOGEL and A.S.
SIDORENKO Physico-Technicalinstitute of Low Temperatures, Ukr.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences, Kharkov,USSR Received 19 April Revised manuscript received 8 August Resistive transitions to the superconducting state Cited by: 6.
The consequences of a vortex unbinding picture of two-dimensional superconductivity are worked out. Although there is no true finite-temperature phase transition, dirty superconducting films should display anomalous behavior below the BCS transition temperature and above an effective Kosterlitz-Thouless vortex unbinding temperature.
In particular, both the conductivity and fluctuation Cited by: We present planar tunneling junction spectroscopy measurements on disordered amorphous indium oxide films on both sides of the superconductor–insulator transition. Our measurements directly reveal a superconducting gap in the insulating phase.
The measured energy gap has the same energy scale on both sides of the transition. Unlike the case of granular films, the Cited by: 1. A detailed study of the resistive transition of Nb Ti N films has been performed from 10 out to 50K to test the theory of superconducting fluctuations. A crucial prediction of this theory is a change in the temperature dependence of the resistance corresponding to a change in the ratio of the film thickness to the temperature-dependent coherence length from d/ξ(T) 3 to d/ξ(T) Cited by: 3.
Indium Thin Films in Multilayer Superconducting Quantum Circuits by Corey Rae Harrington McRae A thesis presented to the University of Waterloo in ful llment of the thesis requirement for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Physics (Quantum Information) Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, ©Corey Rae Harrington McRae indiumspecimen0, 14 atureforquartz-backed indiumspecimenQ 15 tforquartz-backedindiumspecimenQ 17 ature 18 atureforglass-backed indiumspecimenG 19 iv.
That would link the physics of the superconductor‐insulator transition in thin films to other systems believed to exhibit quantum phase transitions—for example, helium‐4 in porous media,high. Exploring the superconducting transition in ultra thin films to uniquely create such perfect superconducting thin films one atomic layer at a time, with precise control of each layer's.
A research group at Tohoku University has succeeded in fabricating an atomically thin, high-temperature superconductor film with a superconducting transition temperature (Tc) of up to 60 K. This work reports on the electric manipulation of the superconducting to insulator phase transition in YBa 2 Cu 3 O 7−δ thin films by electrochemical oxygen doping.
Both normal state resistance and the superconducting critical temperature can be reversibly manipulated in confined active volumes of the film by gate-tunable oxygen by: 7.
Magneto-resistive measurements indicate that these thin films may have upper critical fields higher than that of the bulk. With large surface-to-bulk ratio, superconducting indium doped SnTe thin films provide a rich platform for the study of topological superconductivity and potential device applications based on topological by: 4.
The Griffiths singularity in a phase transition, caused by disorder effects, was predicted more than 40 years ago. Its signature, the divergence of the dynamical critical exponent, is challenging. Resistive phase transition of the superconducting Si()-(7×3)-In That would link the physics of the superconductor‐insulator transition in thin films to other systems believed.
Exploring the mechanism of triggering high-T c superconductivity is an important has attracted many attentions over the past 30 years, and causes a lot of works. Even so, the mechanism of triggering high-T c superconductivity still remains largely a mystery r, thin superconducting films are believed to facilitate the comprehension of high-T c superconductivity, since they allow Cited by: 5.
1 Enhanced superconductivity and superconductor to insulator transition in nano-crystalline molybdenum thin films Shilpam Sharma1, E. Amaladass1, Neha Sharma2, V.
Harimohan1, S. Amirthapandian3, Awadhesh Mani1* 1Condensed Matter Physics Division, Materials Science Group, Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research, KalpakkamIndia. Scaling Laws for Thin Films near the Superconducting-to-Insulating Transition Yong Tao 1 Scientific Reports volume 6, Article number: () Cite this article.
behaviour close to the superconducting-to-insulating transition, or near the onset of superconductivity have remained elusive. That is, a model equivalent to the BCS but that is valid for thin films, is still missing. Specifically, the theories that suggest that T c varies with either R s orCited by: The chapter further delves into indium bump bonding, an essential technique in multilayer circuit Chapter 3, we experimentally demonstrate a thermocompression bonding technology between on-chip indium thin films and apply it to capped superconducting : Corey Rae McRae.
One of the key strategies for obtaining higher superconducting critical temperature (T c) is to dope carriers into an insulator parent material with strong electronwe examined electrostatic carrier doping to insulator-like thin (∼nm-thick) FeSe epitaxial films using an electric double-layer transistor (EDLT) by: MICROWAVE PROPERTIES OF HIGH TRANSITION TEMPERATURE SUPERCONDUCTING THIN FILMS Final Technical Report to the NASA Lewis Research Center Contract #NCC Dr.
W. L. Gordon Department of Physics Case Western Reserve University CJeveland OH. J (NASA-CR) MICROWAVE PROPERTIES OF N HIGH TRANSITION .A superconducting magnet is an electromagnet made from coils of superconducting must be cooled to cryogenic temperatures during operation.
In its superconducting state the wire has no electrical resistance and therefore can conduct much larger electric currents than ordinary wire, creating intense magnetic fields. Superconducting magnets can produce greater magnetic fields than all.