One-Dimensional Superconductivity in Bismuth Films
This work is intended to investigate the effects of annealing of amorphous Bi films on their superconducting properties and the one-dimensional superconductivity found in them. As is well known, Buckel and Hilschl showed that amorphous Bi films condensed at He temperature had metallic properties and became superconducting at about 6°K but once warmed up above 15°K they crystallized irreversibly into the usual covalent phase.
KeywordsAmorphous Region Hall Coefficient Resistive Transition Residual Resistance Excess Conductivity
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