Fundamentals of Superconducting Nanoelectronics

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Anatoli Sidorenko
Springer Science & Business Media, Aug 18, 2011 - Science - 326 pages
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This book demonstrates how the new phenomena in superconductivity on the nanometer scale (FFLO state, triplet superconductivity, Crossed Andreev Reflection, synchronized generation etc.) serve as the basis for the invention and development of novel nanoelectronic devices and systems. It demonstrates how rather complex ideas and theoretical models, like odd-pairing, non-uniform superconducting state, pi-shift etc., adequately describe the processes in real superconducting nanostructues and novel devices based on them. The book is useful for a broad audience of readers, researchers, engineers, PhD-students, lectures and others who would like to gain knowledge in the frontiers of superconductivity at the nanoscale.
 

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Contents

Fluctuoscopy of Superconductors
1
Experimental Study of the FluctuationGoverned Resistive State in QuasiOneDimensional Superconductors
45
Crossed Andreev Reflection and SpinResolved Nonlocal Electron Transport
67
Nonlocal Transport in SuperconductorFerromagnet Hybrid Structures
101
OddFrequency Pairing in Superconducting Heterostructures
117
Ferromagnetic Josephson Junctions with Critical Current Density Artificially Modulated on a Short Scale
132
Josephson Effect in SFNS Josephson Junctions
171
Physics and Applications of Superconducting Phase Inverters Based on Superconductor FerromagnetSuperconductor Josephson Junctions
219
PointContact Study of the RareEarth NickelBorocarbide RNi2B2C R Y Dy Ho Er Tm Lu Superconductors
249
Integrated SubmmWave Receiver Development and Applications
263
Cryogenic PhaseLocking Loop System Based on SIS Tunnel Junction
297
Conclusion
314
Bibliography Some relevant books and reviews
317
About the Editor
319
Index
321
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