Delocalized Electron Relay in Superconductive Multiple-layer Self-Assembled Membranes Promoted Room-temperature d Wave Mixed-spin Triplet of Copper-pair to Penetrate Toroidal Josephson Junction Barriers with a Magnitude Higher Open Circuit Potential

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A room temperature superconductive/mem-element device is developed, and it comprises (1) superconductive - insulator-superconductive (SIS) structure, (2) immobilized zinc ions in the self-assembled membrane (SAM) promoted d wave mixed-spin triplet bounding enhanced curvature nanotubes formations [...]

Utilization of the Flexible Josephson Toroidal Junctions for Self- Powering 150K Super lattice Bits Having Non-volatile Memory Storage in One Device Assembly at Room Temperature

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We report a self-powered multiple flexible Josephson junction-based toroidal (FJJT) array superconductive/mem-element super lattice bit (Sulbit) device for quantum computing with non-volatile memory and non-dissipation energy storage in room temperature in one device assembly developed. [...]

Discovering of Collagen-1’s Role in Producing Superconducting Current in Nanobiomimetic Superlattice Structured Organometallic Devices at Room Temperature Enabled Direct Quantitation of Sub pg/mL Collagen-1 by a Voltage and a Cyclic Voltammetry Method

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Cooper pair electrons producing superconducting current in near zero Kelvin temperature at the Josephson-junction in the superconductors show its potential utilities. Could also a superconducting current produced by a superlattice organometallic device enable direct detection [...]

Nanobiomimetic Superlattice Superconductive/Memristive Organometallic Devices at Room Temperature Serve as Chronoamperometric Sensors for sub fg/mL Collagen-1 Detection in Human Serum

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Superconductive/Memristive devices have potential applications in supercomputing and in health industry was proposed in literature. Clinically detection range at low concentration for collagen-1 is difficult to accomplish due to the denaturing of protein Matrix Matelloprotinase-2 [...]

Acetylcholine Repairs the Amyloid-beta Damage on Brain Circuitry and Memory Loss From a “Mutated Biomimetic Acetylcholinesterase” Neuronal Memcapacitor During Slow-Wave Sleeping

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Amyloid-beta (A) plaque accumulation in the brain has been recognized to be associated with Alzheimer’s. Using artificial neuronal devices under controlled conditions, step-by-steps mimicking the A damages to neuronal circuitry is desirable, because of convenience [...]