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 in a toroidal matrix, (3) Josephson junction (JJ) barriers contain dielectric insulators separated the two Membrane Electrode Assemblies (MEAs), and (4) an adjustable valve media promoting long-range Cooper- pair tunneling with mixed-spin triplet bounding state at Majorana zero mode. It enabled Cooper-pair penetrating a hundred μm thickness JJ barriers with an open circuit potential at 0.77V, 20 ms, then the second wave rose to 10V for 100s with magnitudes higher phase change rate than the first sine wave at current=0 without an external magnetic field applied.

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Journal: TechConnect Briefs
Volume: TechConnect Briefs 2022
Published: June 13, 2022
Pages: 187 - 190
Industry sector: Sensors, MEMS, Electronics
Topics: Informatics, Modeling & Simulation, Modeling & Simulation of Microsystems
ISBN: 979-8-218-00238-1