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Observation of the Josephson effect in unusually thin Dayem bridges

Observation of the Josephson effect in unusually thin Dayem bridges

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The Josephson effect has been observed for Dayem bridges made in carefully prepared indium films, so thin that surface roughness would normally be expected to destroy such behaviour. These bridges have usefully high resistances of between 1 and 10 Ω.

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