# Josephson effect in graphene SNS junction with a single localized defect

@article{Bolmatov2010JosephsonEI, title={Josephson effect in graphene SNS junction with a single localized defect}, author={Dima Bolmatov and Chung Yu Mou}, journal={Physica B-condensed Matter}, year={2010}, volume={405}, pages={2896-2899} }

## 21 Citations

### Conductance enhancement due to atomic potential fluctuations in graphene

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- 2012

We solve the Dirac equation, which describes charge massless chiral relativistic carriers in a two-dimensional graphene. We have identified and analysed a novel pseudospin-dependent scattering…

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The frequency dependence of the radiation critical amplitude which determines the bound of chaos appearance is investigated and values of radiation frequency at which the critical amplitude increases indefinitely were found.

### Radiation comb generation with extended Josephson junctions

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- 2015

We propose the implementation of a Josephson radiation comb generator based on an extended Josephson junction subject to a time dependent magnetic field. The junction critical current shows known…

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- 2015

The chaotic behaviour of the electron subsystem in a graphene superlattice is studied by the Melnikov method. The dynamic chaos of electrons in a graphene superlattice is shown to appear for certain…

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