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Oxidized amorphous‐silicon superconducting tunnel junction barriers
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11.We would like to thank S. Raider for pointing this fact out to us on the basis of his own work.
12.Some preliminary evidence that this is so has been obtained with sputtered a‐Si by W. Carter, J. Poon, and T. W. Barbee, Jr. (private communication).
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