Josephson current

Josephson current

[′jō·səf·sən ‚kə·rənt]
(cryogenics)
The current across a Josephson junction in the absence of voltage across the junction, resulting from the Josephson effect.
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The flow of current between the superconductors in the absence of an applied voltage is called a Josephson current and the movement of electrons across the barrier is known as Josephson tunneling [2, 3].
At each of the peak voltages, the frequency of the AC Josephson current resonates with the vibrational frequency of the nanstructure in the junction.