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Surface impedance of thin high temperature superconducting films with a sapphire dielectric resonator
2002 / IEEE / 83-906662-5-1
This item was taken from the IEEE Conference ' Surface impedance of thin high temperature superconducting films with a sapphire dielectric resonator ' The dielectric resonator technique is frequently used for surface resistance measurements of superconducting films. Generally, an effective surface resistance has been measured which neglects the finite thickness of superconducting films. The thickness dependence of the surface impedance of superconducting films, whose thickness is comparable to the London penetration depth, is presented.
Penetration Depth (superconductivity)
Al/sub 2/o/sub 3/
Sapphire Dielectric Resonators
High-temperature Superconducting Thin Films
Surface Impedance Measurements
Dielectric Resonator Surface Resistance Measurement Techniques
Effective Surface Resistance
Superconducting Film Finite Thickness
Surface Impedance Thickness Dependence
London Penetration Depth Thickness
Electrical Resistance Measurement
Superconducting Thin Films
Electric Resistance Measurement