The behavior of vortices at microwave frequencies is an extremely useful source of information on the microscopic parameters that enter the description of the vortex dynamics. This feature has acquired particular relevance since the discovery of unusual superconductors, such as cuprates. Microwave investigation then extended its field of application to many families of superconductors, including the artificially nanostructured materials. It is then important to understand the basics of the physics of vortices moving at high frequency, as well as to understand what information the experiments can yield (and what they can not). The aim of this brief review is to introduce the readers to some basic aspects of the physics of vortices under a microwave electromagnetic field, and to guide them to an understanding of the experiment, also by means of the illustration of some relevant results.
Silva, E., Pompeo, N., & Dobrovolskiy, O.V. (2017). Vortices at Microwave Frequencies. PHYSICAL SCIENCES REVIEWS, 2(10), 20178004.
|Titolo:||Vortices at Microwave Frequencies|
SILVA, Enrico [Writing – Original Draft Preparation] (Corresponding)
POMPEO, NICOLA [Writing – Original Draft Preparation]
|Data di pubblicazione:||2017|
|Citazione:||Silva, E., Pompeo, N., & Dobrovolskiy, O.V. (2017). Vortices at Microwave Frequencies. PHYSICAL SCIENCES REVIEWS, 2(10), 20178004.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|