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WHAT DOES THE JOSEPHSON EFFECT TELL US ABOUT THE SUPERCONDUCTING STATE OF THE CUPRATES?

By R. Hlubina and M. Grajcar

Abstract

The defining property of a superconductor is the stiffness of its phase. In conventional low-Tc superconductors this stiffness is so large that in order to directly observe its finite value one has to create a region where it is locally suppressed, the so-called superconducting weak link. The resulting weak link region gives rise to a variety of Josephson effects (fo

Year: 2002
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