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11. Frequency Dependence of a Cryogenic Capacitor Measured Using Single Electron Tunneling Devices
Topic: Condensed Matter Physics
Published: 12/1/2000
Authors: Ali L Eichenberger, Mark W Keller, John M. Martinis, Neil M Zimmerman
Abstract: A new type of capacitance standrd based on counting electrons has been built. The operation of the standrd has already given very promising results for the determination of the value of a cryogenic vacuum-gap capacitor. The new capacitance standard o ...

Topic: Condensed Matter Physics
Published: 6/1/2011
Authors: Joshua M Pomeroy, Russell Lake, C E Sosolik
Abstract: The electrical conductance of magnetic tunnel junction (MTJ) devices whose ultra-thin aluminum oxide tunnel barrier was irradiated by highly charged ions (HCIs) increases linearly with the fluence of HCIs, while retaining a current-voltage relationsh ...

13. Identifying capacitive and inductive loss in lumped element superconducting hybrid titanium nitride/aluminum resonators
Topic: Condensed Matter Physics
Published: 6/9/2012
Authors: Martin P. Weides, Jeffrey S. Kline, Martin Olof Sandberg, David P Pappas
Abstract: We present a method to systematically locate and extract capacitive and inductive losses in superconductingresonators at microwave frequencies by use of mixed-material, lumped element devices. In these devices, ultra-low loss titanium nitride was ...

14. Josephson phase qubit circuit for the evaluation of advanced tunnel barrier materials
Topic: Condensed Matter Physics
Published: 11/21/2008
Authors: Jeffrey S. Kline, Haohua Wang, Seongshik Oh, John M Martinis, David P Pappas
Abstract: We have found that crystalline Josephson junctions have critical current density control problems which decrease circuit yield. We present a qubit circuit designed to accommodate a factor-of-five variation in critical current density for the evaluati ...

15. Observations and modeling of normal-metal/insulator/superconductor refrigerator cooling from 300 mK to below 100 mK
Topic: Condensed Matter Physics
Published: Date unknown
Authors: Galen C O\'Neil, Peter J Lowell, Joel Nathan Ullom, Jason M Underwood
Abstract: In a refrigerator, heat is moved from one system to another and this movement requires an additional dissipated power. It is desirable to both isolate the cooled system, so that its temperature may differ from the bath, and to heatsink the heated sys ...

16. Origin of Universal Optical Conductivity and Optical Stacking Sequence Identification in Multilayer Graphene
Topic: Condensed Matter Physics
Published: 8/6/2009
Authors: Hongki Min, Allan H. MacDonald
Abstract: We predict that the optical conductivity of normal graphene multilayers is close to {sigma}^duni^=({pi}/2) e^u2^/h per layer over a broad range of frequencies. The origin of this behavior is an emergent chiral symmetry which is present in normal N-l ...

17. Parametric pumping of precession modes in ferromagnetic nanodisks
Topic: Condensed Matter Physics
Published: 3/26/2014
Authors: Feng Guo, Lyubov Belova, Robert D McMichael
Abstract: We report parametric excitation of magnetic precession modes in nanodisks using a parallel pumping configuration. The excitations are detected using a ferromagneitc resonance force microscopy method, and the parallel-pumped spectra reveal nonlinear c ...

18. Perspective on Probing Metallic Ferromagnetism with Electrons
Topic: Condensed Matter Physics
Published: 3/21/2011
Author: Daniel Thornton Pierce
Abstract: This article presents a brief review of some of the many insights gained about metallic ferromagnetism using spin-polarized electrons as probes. Aspects of metallic ferromagnetism discussed include spin-dependent electronic structure, spin-dependent ...

19. Properties of magnetic barrier structures for superconducting-magnetic hybrid Josephson junctions
Topic: Condensed Matter Physics
Published: 7/7/2013
Authors: Burm Baek, Samuel Paul Benz, William H Rippard, Stephen E Russek, Paul David Dresselhaus, Horst Rogalla, Matthew R Pufall
Abstract: If Josephson and spintronic technologies can be successfully integrated to produce a cryogenic memory that can be controlled with single-flux quantum pulses, then they may enable ultra-low-power, high-speed computing. We have developed hybrid Josephs ...

20. Reply to "Comment on: 'Ultrafast Demagnetization Measurements Using Extreme Ultraviolet Light: Comparison of Electronic and Magnetic Contributions'Š
Topic: Condensed Matter Physics
Published: 9/4/2013
Authors: Justin M Shaw, Thomas J Silva, Hans Toya Nembach, Emrah Turgut, Patrik Grychtol, Chan La-O-Vorakiat, Henry Kapteyn, Margaret M. Murnane, Stefan Mathias, Martin Aeschlimann, Claus Schneider, Daniel E. Adams
Abstract: In the following, we show that the conclusions of our article titled "Ultrafast Demagnetization Measurements Using Extreme Ultraviolet Light: Comparison of Electronic and Magnetic Contributions" are correct. The Comment of Vodungbo {I}et al.{/I} arg ...

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