In this experiment we will use the Superconducting Quantum Interference Device (SQUID) that helps us develop an idea of superconductivity. With SQUID we can observe various interesting quantum mechanical effects such as flux quantization, quantum interference and quantum mechanical tunneling at the macroscopic level. We will also use the SQUID as a magnetometer capable of sensing extremely small magnetic fields.
|Sample Results||Voltage-Current characteristicsVoltage-Flux characteristicsSuperconducting transitionR-T graph for Mr. SQUID’s chipMr. SQUID as a Magnetometer|
|Hardware Manual||Squid’s User Manual|
|Version||6 April 2010|
Further Readings and References
- Solid State Physics John Wiley and Sons , J. R. Hook, H. E. Hall , 2nd Edition 278 , (1991).
- Introduction to Electrodynamics , David J. Griffiths 234 , (2nd Edition).
- Superconducting quantum interference device instruments and applications Review of Scientific Instruments , R. L. Fagaly , 77 101 , (2006).
- SQUIDS and their applications Journal of Physics E: Scientific Instruments , J. C. Gallop and B. W. Petley , 9 417 , (1983).