MATEC Web of Conferences
Volume 5, 2013REMCES XII – XIIe Rencontre Marocaine sur la Chimie de l'État Solide
|Number of page(s)||3|
|Published online||09 September 2013|
Study of the pinned vortex fraction in the single crystal YBaCuO films
1 Équipe des Matériaux Supraconducteur à Haute Tc, Université IBN ZOHR, Faculté des Sciences d'Agadir, Maroc
2 Faculté polydisciplinaire, Université Ibn Zohr, BP. 83, 45002 Ouarzazate, Maroc
3 Laboratoire Couches mince et interfaces, Département de physique, Faculté des sciences Exactes, Université Monteri- Constantine, Campus Chaab-Erassas, 25000 Constantine, Algérie
In this work we intend to study the pinned vortex fraction in type II superconductors. The sample used is the YBa2Cu3O7-γ. In continuation one will study the variations of this fraction according to the transport current density for two values of magnetic field (H = 0.6 T and H = 1.2 T) , and different values of temperature. The studied sample is a monocristalline YBaCuO thin film deposited by the ablation laser method on the surface (001) of a SrTiO3 substrate. In zero magnetic field, the resistance vanished a Tc = 90 K. The C-axis of YBaCuO is perpendicular to surface of the film. Electrodes of measurement are in gold and deposited on the surface of the sample in situ by evaporation. The film has a thickness of 400 nm, and a width 7.53 μm. The distance between electrodes of power measurement is 135 μm. Contact resistances were less than 1Ω.
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