New Topics in Josephson Junction and Superconductivity Research (Google eBook)

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Carl S. Winslow
Nova Publishers, 2007 - Science - 225 pages
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The Josephson Junction is a type of electronic circuit capable of switching at very high speeds when operated at temperatures approaching absolute zero. It exploits the phenomenon of superconductivity, the ability of certain materials to conduct electric current with practically zero resistance. This book presents new and important research in superconductivity. This includes optical properties, magneto-optics and surface acoustic waves, microwave responses, theories of superconductivity, synthesis in electronic applications and high temperature superconductivity.
  

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Contents

Optical Properties of Unconventional Superconductors
1
Laser Ablation of MgB₂ Thin Films and Characterization of the Magnetic Flux Structure by Means of Magnetooptics and Surface Acoustic Waves
37
Microwave Response of Ceramic MgB₂ Samples
85
Theory of Superconductivity in Doped Cuprates
105
LowTemperature Synthesis of Superconducting MgB₂ Thin Films for Electronics Applications
135
High Temperature Superconductivity Berry Phase and Entanglement
161
Thermomagnetic Shock Waves in the Vortex State of TypeII Superconductors
175
Finite Temperature Effects on the Quantum Phase Transition in Disordered Jwave Superconductors
197
Index
219
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