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YBCOYttrium Barium Copper Oxide
YBCOYttrium Barium Cuprate
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Thin film of Yttrium Barium Copper Oxide was grown on glass substrate and Silicon Substrate by sputtering(Fig.3).
The circuit was fabricated from yttrium barium copper oxide, a material recently found to exhibit superconducting properties at higher temperatures than previously known materials.
In labs throughout the world, researchers are racing to develop wire from another high-temperature superconductor called yttrium barium copper oxide, or YBCO (pronounced ibco).
Last year, Zhi-Xun Shen of Stanford University and his collaborators used this technique, known as photoemission spectroscopy, to determine the binding force between paired electrons in six high-temperature superconductors, including yttrium barium copper oxide. They measured the energy and direction of electrons emitted by each material, and they found that the binding force did vary, falling to nearly zero along certain directions relative to the material's crystal lattice (SN: 2/11/95, p.
Watson Research Center in Yorktown Heights, N.Y., used an ingenious arrangement to probe these effects in yttrium barium copper oxide (SN: 4/2/94, p.
Kirtley and his colleagues worked with a set of four microscopic rings made from thin films of the high-temperature superconductor yttrium barium copper oxide (see image).
The researchers are also trying the technique on yttrium barium copper oxide.