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Effect of Ion Implantation on YBCO Superconductor Thin Film

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  26 February 2011

Zuhua Zhang
Affiliation:
Texas Center for Superconductivity and Physics Department, Denes Marton, Chemistry Department, University of Houston, Texas 77204–5506, USA
Jiarui Liu
Affiliation:
Texas Center for Superconductivity and Physics Department, Denes Marton, Chemistry Department, University of Houston, Texas 77204–5506, USA
Ki Bui Ma
Affiliation:
Texas Center for Superconductivity and Physics Department, Denes Marton, Chemistry Department, University of Houston, Texas 77204–5506, USA
J. Wu
Affiliation:
Texas Center for Superconductivity and Physics Department, Denes Marton, Chemistry Department, University of Houston, Texas 77204–5506, USA
Ning Yu
Affiliation:
Texas Center for Superconductivity and Physics Department, Denes Marton, Chemistry Department, University of Houston, Texas 77204–5506, USA
Yuan-Jun Zhao
Affiliation:
Texas Center for Superconductivity and Physics Department, Denes Marton, Chemistry Department, University of Houston, Texas 77204–5506, USA
W. A. Lam
Affiliation:
Texas Center for Superconductivity and Physics Department, Denes Marton, Chemistry Department, University of Houston, Texas 77204–5506, USA
P. Y. Hsieh
Affiliation:
Texas Center for Superconductivity and Physics Department, Denes Marton, Chemistry Department, University of Houston, Texas 77204–5506, USA
Wei-Kan Chu
Affiliation:
Texas Center for Superconductivity and Physics Department, Denes Marton, Chemistry Department, University of Houston, Texas 77204–5506, USA
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Abstract

The effects of the H+. C+. N+, F+, and Ne+ (25–200 keV)ion irradiations have been investigated by means of SEM, room temperature resistance measurement and aqueous degradation test. The room temperature resistance increases exponentially with irradiation doses. At lower dose, the annealing process is dominent, while at higher dose, the resistance increasing process is dominent. A reduction in the thickness induced by ion irradiation has been observed. The aqueous experiment shows that passing current will speed up the degredation and N+ implantations can increase the resistance of the YBCO thin film against attack by water.

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Copyright © Materials Research Society 1991

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