Phase-Slip Events in a Wide Superconducting Film Induced by Proximity to a Half-Metallic Strip


Emergence of phase-slip lines is one of the main mechanisms for dissipation in current-carrying superconducting thin films with lateral dimensions larger than the superconducting coherence length. We show that effective control of the wide resistive region between dissipation-free and completely ohmic transport regime can be achieved by evaporating a half… (More)

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