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Properties of Superconducting Niobium Films Made by Asymmetric ac Sputtering
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11.It should be pointed out here, that in determining the anode area has been approximated. This is necessary because the whole anode assembly becomes coated with metal during the deposition of a film. The surface area of the film itself and that of the niobium sleeve are considered (Fig. 1), but the effects of the metal coated Pyrex shield above the anode have been neglected.
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