And the teaching of the Faculty of Education for Pure Sciences Dr. Hussein Ali Mohamed that Tuning the structure of the Josephson vortex lattice in his research tagged Bi2Sr2CaCu2O8 + s single crystals with pancake vortices
Microscopic microscopy was used to explain the interactions between the swirls of the magnetic field called Josphson and the highest areas of each junction of the crystalline structure of the superconductor Bi2Sr2CaCu2O8 + ((2212). The microscopic microscope was used to study the spiral structure at the junction points. The crystalline structure under the influence External magnetic field.
He pointed out that the interactions between the two types of the two periods depended on the amount of the size of the intersection between them as well as the temperature and also depends on the gap and space between the chains that is inversely opposite to the magnetic field inside. He added that the spiral sequences are clearly visible at the highest magnetic field within and at 315 kauss, while the outer range is between 1.7-6.8 kaos at 85 kelvin. Importantly, the study of these chains allows for a better understanding of the interstitial junction system of the superconducting material.
The researcher explained that the samples were prepared with the help of researchers in the nanoscience laboratories of the University of Bath / UK and the University of Tokyo and the University of Nakui / Japan, while the preparation of models and analysis of results and writing research from the University of Kirkuk.