High Temperature Superconductivity
Quarterly rept. for period ending 30 Jun 1992
STANFORD MEDICAL CENTER PALO ALTO CA
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The overall goals of this program are to develop the technology of MBEMolecular Beam Epitaxy growth of HTSCHigh Temperature Superconductivity material, to optimize the performance of HTSC films with high transition temperatures and critical current densities, and to explore the development of electronic devices based on such material. Engineered samples used to study trilayer transport are being grown. The films have large defect free regions and transition temperatures in excess of 80 K. This period we demonstrated that improved control over material growth parameters leads to improved uniformity of Josephson junction critical current density.
- Laminates and Composite Materials
- Electricity and Magnetism
- Solid State Physics