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Critical behavior at a dynamic vortex insulator-to-metal transition

Vortices in a superconducting egg crateNear equilibrium phase transitions, physical systems that bear no resemblance to one another can behave in a very similar way. For example, thermodynamic functions follow the same scaling behavior in a magnetic transition as in the seemingly unrelated gas-liqui... Full description

Journal Title: Science September 11, 2015, Vol.349(6253), pp.1202-1205
Main Author: Poccia, Nicola
Other Authors: Baturina, Tatyana , Coneri, Francesco , Molenaar, Cor , Wang, Xrenshaw , Bianconi, Ginestra , Brinkman, Alexander , Hilgenkamp, Hans , Golubov, Alexander , Vinokur, Valerii
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description: Vortices in a superconducting egg crateNear equilibrium phase transitions, physical systems that bear no resemblance to one another can behave in a very similar way. For example, thermodynamic functions follow the same scaling behavior in a magnetic transition as in the seemingly unrelated gas-liquid transition. Does such universality exist in nonequilibrium phase transitions? Poccia et al. fabricated a square array of superconducting islands on a metallic surface. They applied a magnetic field, which caused vortices to form in between the islands, and induced a transition from a state in which vortices were stuck to their positions to one where they were able to move. They observed the same scaling behavior that applies to some equilibrium transitions.Science, this issue p. 1202 An array of superconducting islands placed on a normal metal film offers a tunable realization of nanopatterned superconductivity. This system enables investigation of the nature of competing...
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abstractVortices in a superconducting egg crateNear equilibrium phase transitions, physical systems that bear no resemblance to one another can behave in a very similar way. For example, thermodynamic functions follow the same scaling behavior in a magnetic transition as in the seemingly unrelated gas-liquid transition. Does such universality exist in nonequilibrium phase transitions? Poccia et al. fabricated a square array of superconducting islands on a metallic surface. They applied a magnetic field, which caused vortices to form in between the islands, and induced a transition from a state in which vortices were stuck to their positions to one where they were able to move. They observed the same scaling behavior that applies to some equilibrium transitions.Science, this issue p. 1202 An array of superconducting islands placed on a normal metal film offers a tunable realization of nanopatterned superconductivity. This system enables investigation of the nature of competing...
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