Superconductor technology: apparatus – material – process – High temperature – per se – Having tc greater than or equal to 150 k
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High current density tunnel junction devices (12) are fabricated by ion implantation of ions (26) to form buried semiconducting layers (24) in originally homogeneous high temperature superconducting oxide layers (18) formed on superconducting oxide substrates (14). Contacts (20, 22) are made to the oxide substrate and to the oxide layer. In an alternative embodiment, the junction devices (12') are fabricated by ion implantation of ions in portions of the substrate. In this embodiment, contacts are made to the oxide substrate and to portions of the substrate overlying the buried semiconducting junctions.
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California Institute of Technology
Collins David W.
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