Josephson Junction and Superconductivity Research
William J. McCann
Nova Science Publishers, 2007 - Science - 180 pages
A Josephson Junction is a type of electronic circuit capable of switching at very high speeds when operated at temperatures approaching absolute zero. The Josephson Junction 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 book presents leading research from around the world in this exciting field. This includes fabrication techniques, unconventional superconductors, Josephson tunnel junctions, Josephson vortex behaviour, thermomagnetic shock waves and finite temperature effects.
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Probing the Order Parameter Symmetry of Unconventional
Using Annular Josephson Tunnel Junctions to Monitor Causal
NonEqulibrium Phase Diagrams of Current Driven Josephson
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