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The Magnetic Field Sensor on the Base of Ybacuo Ceramics with Sharp Jump of Magnetic Reply

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  10 February 2011

Kh. R. Rostami
Affiliation:
Institute of Radioengineering and Electronics RAS. Mokhovaya st. 11, Moscow, 103907, Russia, aas195@ire216.msk.su.
A. A. Sukhanov
Affiliation:
Institute of Radioengineering and Electronics RAS. Mokhovaya st. 11, Moscow, 103907, Russia, aas195@ire216.msk.su.
V. V. Mantorov
Affiliation:
Institute of Radioengineering and Electronics RAS. Mokhovaya st. 11, Moscow, 103907, Russia, aas195@ire216.msk.su.
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Abstract

The magnetic field sensor with sensitivity 10−3 Oe and work temperature 77°K is created on the base of YBaCuO ceramics having a sharp jump of the diamagnetic moment in the region of the first Josephson critical magnetic field. The magnetic field measurement methods and the sensor principle are described. Ways to improve the obtained results are indicated.

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Copyright © Materials Research Society 1996

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1. Williams, J.E.C.. Superconductivity and its application. Pion Ltd. London. 1970.Google Scholar
2. Rostami, KhR., Sukhanov, A.A., Mantorov, V.V.. Low Temp. Phys. 22, 42, (1996).Google Scholar
3. Rostami, Kh.R.. Patent Application No 95106569/07(011699) from 19.04.95.Google Scholar

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