## Abstract

Interference transitions are observed in the mixed state of a superconducting, oxygen-doped, aluminum film* when flux flow is driven by applied collinear rf and dc electric transport currents.
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^{1}In this study particular attention is paid to the rf resistivity*p'*for rf current amplitudes small compared to the dc current. Under these conditions*p'*is independent of the rf current, and as a function of the dc electric field exhibits a series of steplike transitions such as those shown in Fig. 1. Transitions occur for values of the dc flow velocity**v**, which is proportional to the dc field, that satisfy the relation$$2\pi f=\left| v\cdot g \right|$$

(1)

*f*is the frequency of the rf current and**g**is a vector of the reciprocal vortex lattice. The orientation of the lattice is such that we can write$$\left| v\cdot g \right|=\frac{1}{2}\sqrt{3}nv{{g}_{1}}$$

(2)

*g*_{1}is the reciprocal lattice constant and*n*is an integer. Thus, the*n*th transition step corresponds to reciprocal lattice points along rows perpendicular to**v**that satisfy Eq. (2).## Keywords

Free Energy Density Flux Flow Interference Transition Reciprocal Lattice Point Landau Free Energy
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