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 [...]

Selectivity study for a reagent-less and enzyme-free nanopore glucose sensor against interferences of non-glucose sugars and other substances

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Accurate blood glucose monitoring is critical for diabetes patients to tightly control their diseases. For decades, blood glucose monitoring technology has relied on the use of reagents, including enzymes, mediators, and buffers. This monitoring technology [...]