superconducting thin film

superconducting thin film

[¦sü·pər·kən′dəkt·iŋ ′thin ′film]
(cryogenics)
A thin film of indium, tin, or other superconducting element, used as a cryogenic switching or storage device, as in a thin-film cryotron.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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ABSTRACT: Superconducting thin film of Yttrium Barium Copper Oxide (YBa3Cu3O7-YBCO) was fabricated on glass as well as on un-doped Silicon Substrate by Sputtering.
More recently, the use of superconducting thin film as a defect layer in PC has shown that it can be a tuning agent in a transmission filter [21-25].
The geometry of a superconducting thin film that has intrinsic thermal stability depends on the deposited energy, the cooling configuration, and the ratio of transport current to critical current.
He has been engagedi n superconducting thin film and thin-film device research at the Scientific Laboratory of the Ford Motor Company, at Stanford Research Institute (now SRI International) and since 1972, at the Naval Research Laboratory.
The Bellcore-Rutgers researchers use a pulsed excimer laser to deposit a superconducting thin film of yttrium-barium-copper oxide (YBaCuO), then a nonsuperconducting layer of praseodymium-barium-copper oxide (PrBaCuO), and then another layer of YBaCuO to build the devices.
Scalapino, "Gap enhancement in superconducting thin films due to microwave irradiation," Journal of Low Temperature Physics, vol.
Physicists and materials scientists from China, Japan, and Europe who have been working for many years on different aspects of high-temperature superconducting thin films, review the current state of fabrication techniques, physical properties, and applications of the materials.
Zhang et al., "A 19-pole Cellular Bandpass Filter Using 75-mm-diameter High Temperature Superconducting Thin Films," IEEE Microwave Guided Wave Letters, No.
This laser ablation yields ceramic coatings and high-temperature, superconducting thin films.
laser ablation system (the LDM 32) for high-temperature superconducting thin films. This technique is used to deposit superconducting, metallic insulating, and semiconducting thin films from bulk targets.

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