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1977-05

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T. Takayama

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The flux flow resistivity ρf has been investigated in the range of reduced temperature 0.5–0.99 for indium thin films having the properties of dirty, type II superconductors. In this temperature range ρf was found to show a linear dependence on magnetic field strength for low values of the field. The temperature-dependent viscosity coefficient of the flux flow was obtained and compared with the microscopic theories of Gor'kov and Kopnin (GK) and others. Reasonable agreement with the GK theory was obtained except in the vicinity ofTc. NearTc, the viscosity coefficient [in units of φ0Hc⊥(t)ρn−1c−2] showed a remarkable decrease beyond a maximum, contrary to the theoretical prediction. Although this behavior is not yet well understood, it seemed to appear asd/λ became small. The nonlinearity of the current(I)-voltage(V) curves is also discussed. It was found that a linearI–V curve is found only in the region of temperature and magnetic field where the conditionIp<1/10Ic is satisfied, whereIp is the depinning current andIc is the effective critical current. In the measurements the temperature rise of the film specimens was recorded and the effect due to thermal heating of the specimens was estimated. More... »

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