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Stimulated quantum phase slips from weak electromagnetic radiations in superconducting nanowires
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We study the rate of quantum phase slips in an ultranarrow superconductingnanowire exposed to weak electromagnetic radiations. The superconductor is in the dirty limit close to the superconducting-insulating transition, where fluxoids move in strong dissipation. We use a semiclassical approach and show that external radiation stimulates a significant enhancement in the probability of quantum phase slips.
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