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Babinet's principle applied to ideal beam-splitters for submillimetre waves
Le principe de Babinet indique que l'intensite transmise par un ecran est egale a l'intensite reflechie par son ecran complementaire, ce dernier ayant subi une rotation de 90°. Un ecranExpand
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Superconductivity at CSIRO (Sydney) 1969-2009
This essay, prepared in recognition of the 2011 Superconductivity Centenary Year, gives an impression of work at CSIRO, Sydney, Australia, in the field of superconducting devices, with which theExpand
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Annular-slot arrays as far-infrared bandpass filters.
Arrays of both annular and square annular slots in a conducting sheet on a dielectric substrate have been fabricated photolithographically. The structures are shown to behave as bandpass filters inExpand
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Metal-binding particles alleviate lead and zinc toxicity during seed germination of metallophyte grass Astrebla lappacea.
Combining metal-binding particles and metal-tolerant plants (metallophytes) offers a promising new approach for rehabilitation of heavy metal contaminated sites. Three types of hydrogel metal-bindingExpand
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Josephson vortices and flux penetration in high temperature superconductors
Abstract We have investigated, experimentally and theoretically, the magnetic flux which threads a YBa 2 Cu 3 O 7− x cylinder sample at 77 K when a weak low frequency ac magnetic field is applied. WeExpand
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Nonlinear magnetic flux response in high temperature superconductors
Abstract We have spectrum analysed the voltage induced in a pick-up coil wound around a cylindrical bulk sample of YBa 2 Cu 3 O 7−δ when driven by a weak low frequency AC magnetic field, superimposedExpand
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Transport properties of variable-angle YBa2Cu3O7 − δ step-edge junctions in the a–b plane
The superconductor–barrier–superconductor interface in a range of YBa2Cu3O7 − δ (YBCO) step-edge Josephson junctions was engineered to lie at angles θ other than normal to the a–b axes of the YBCOExpand
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Modeling the Behavior of HTS Terahertz RSQUIDs
In previous work we looked in detail at simulations of our HTS Resistive DC SQUIDs (RSQUIDs) using a lumped-component model and neglecting step-edge junction capacitance. These can now be made withExpand
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Experimental determination of HTS dc-SQUID amplifier inductance and noise performance
The inductance L/sub sq/, transimpedance Z, transfer function V/sub /spl Phi// and flux noise S/sub /spl Phi// have been experimentally determined, in open loop mode, for a series of simple dc-SQUIDExpand
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