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Fabrication and physical properties of multilayered superconducting nanowires
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Time evolution of the electrodeposition current when the potential vs reference electrode is switched between (or ) for the Cu layer deposition and for the Pb layer deposition. Large current value (above ) corresponds to Pb deposition, small but positive value of the current corresponds to Cu deposition and large negative value of the current corresponds to the dissolution of the previously deposited Pb layer during Cu deposition.

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TEM micrograph of multilayered nanowire in diameter. Inset: Schematic representation of such nanowire where dots indicate the location where EDX local chemical analysis was performed using spot size in diameter.

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FIG. 3.

Resistive transition of two multilayered single nanowires in diameter, long measured with lock-in amplifier technique. Sample A is made of 15 bilayers and Sample B is made of 140 bilayers .

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FIG. 4.

(a) Resistance vs magnetic field at of a multilayered single nanowire in diameter, long alternating Cu and Pb layers. The magnetic field is applied parallel to the nanowire axis. (b) Zoom at a low magnetic field value for three different temperatures.


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Scitation: Fabrication and physical properties of Pb∕Cu multilayered superconducting nanowires