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Development of phase-slip centers in superconducting nanowires
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10.1063/1.1804608
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SEM micrograph of a single nanowire obtained by dissolving the hosting polymer membrane. Inset: Top view of the track-etched polycarbonate membrane showing the regularity of diameters.

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Time dependence of voltage across the nanowire, passed through the resistive divider, in response to a step pulse of current. The nonzero voltage at time is due to contact resistances. The true PSC signal is the positive step arising at . Its apparent rise time is the result of jitter on and averaging. (Real rise time—as observed in single shot displays—is much faster).

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characteristic curve measured in the pulse mode, after application of the “current” pulse. Branches , and , are described in the text. Due to finite circuit resistance, the PSC formation is not strictly controlled on . The PSC state is present on the branch.

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Temperature dependence of the critical (PSC) current and of the (hot spot) current .

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Scitation: Development of phase-slip centers in superconducting Sn nanowires
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/85/15/10.1063/1.1804608
10.1063/1.1804608
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