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Quantum Bit Behavior of Pinned Fluxes on Volume Defects in a Superconductor

@inproceedings{Lee2022QuantumBB,
  title={Quantum Bit Behavior of Pinned Fluxes on Volume Defects in a Superconductor},
  author={H. B. Lee and G. C. Kim and Byeong-Joo Kim and YoungHa Sohn and Y. C. Kim},
  year={2022}
}
We studied a qubit based on flux-pinning effects in ∆H=∆B region of a superconductor. When volume defects are many enough in a superconductor, ∆H=∆B region on M-H curve is formed, which is the region that increased applied magnetic field (∆H) is the same as increasing magnetic induction (∆B). Magnetization (M) is constant in the region by 4πM = B H. Here we show that the behavior of fluxes in ∆H=∆B region can be a candidate of qubit. Pinned fluxes on volume defects would move as a bundle in the… 

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