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Cooper pair wavefunction approach to the Josephson effect
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10.1063/1.2932073
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FIG. 1.

Cooper pair wavefunctions near the insulating barrier. The solid lines denote the Cooper pair wavefunctions without the barrier, while the thick lines show the changed Cooper pair wavefunctions due to the barrier.

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FIG. 2.

The maximum dc supercurrent vs the tunneling resistance for PPP junction (at , red open circle), for SSP junction (at , black filled circle), and for NNP junction (at , blue open diamond). Data are from Schwidtal and Finnegan (PPP) (Ref. 17), Danchi et al. (SSP) (Ref. 21), and Aponte et al. (NNP) (Ref. 22). Notice the crossing of the supercurrents of PPP and SSP junctions near . The solid (blue, red, and black) lines are our theoretical calculations from Eqs. (59) and (62).

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FIG. 3.

Temperature dependence of the dc supercurrent of a and a junction in comparison with our theoretical calculation. Data are from Fiske (Ref. 49).

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Scitation: Cooper pair wavefunction approach to the Josephson effect
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