Spontaneous and Light-Induced Resistive Transitions in Superconducting Thin Film Bridges View Full Text


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DATE

2001-04

AUTHORS

J.-P. Maneval, F. Boyer, Kh. Harrabi, F.-R. Ladan

ABSTRACT

In order to study dynamically the resistive states which appear as jumps in the I–V curves of narrow bridges, we have submitted YBaCuO and Nb films to nanosecond current steps and laser pulses simultaneously. In constant current feed, the distinction between hot spots (HS) and phase-slip centers (PSCs) is unambiguous, since HS are compelled to grow or decay, at variance with the stable-in-time PSCs. Thanks to the transient method we show that, even if Joule dissipation associated to a current I is virtually sufficient to sustain the film above Tc, the zero resistance state remains metastable: a hot spot does not arise unless initiated by a PSC, which fact was not reported before. The domains of occurrence of HS and PSCs were then organized in a current–temperature plane. Finally, the theoretical problem of the HS velocity of growth is given an exact solution, in semiquantitative agreement with experiment. More... »

PAGES

347-354

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  • 1991-09. Dissipative states in a current-carrying superconducting film in JOURNAL OF LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS
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    Journal of Superconductivity

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    2

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    14

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