Superconductor-insulator transition and universal resistance in Josephson-junction arrays in a magnetic field.

@article{Granato1990SuperconductorinsulatorTA,
  title={Superconductor-insulator transition and universal resistance in Josephson-junction arrays in a magnetic field.},
  author={Granato and Kosterlitz},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={1990},
  volume={65 10},
  pages={
          1267-1270
        }
}
The zero-temperature superconducting transition in a Josephson-junction array with half of a flux quantum per plaquette is considered. Its critical behavior is described by an effective free energy in three dimensions with a transition in a new universality class. From this we infer the critical behavior and the value of the universal resistance at the transition. Relevance of these results to recent experiments on very-small-capacitance arrays is discussed. 
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