The theory of superconducting rectification is based upon “resistance switching.” A superconducting element can be shifted from a superconducting state (zero resistance) to a normal state (resistive) and back again by varying the intensity of a magnetic field surrounding the element.
KeywordsLiquid Helium Superconducting State Resistance Switching Cryogenic Engineer Cross Section Perimeter
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