Experimental Observations of Majorana Particles Produced in Arrays of Fractional Josephson Junctions in An Organo-metallic Superconductive Device

E.T. Chen, J.T. Thornton, S-H. Duh
Advanced Biomimetic Sensors, Inc.,
United States

Keywords: Majorana particles, 3D-cage structured membrane, organo-metallic superconductor, fractional Josephson junctions


Scientists predicted Majorana particles may be well present in superconductive materials, because a quasiparticle in a superconductor is its antiparticle. However, very few experimental evidence were validated. We report an experimental observation of Majorana Particles was evaluated through a 3D-cage structured organo-metallic superconductive device having arrays of fractional Josephson junctions in the presence of collagen 200 ng/mL with a 300 Hz scan rate at zero-bias. By construction of a multiple-variable contour map between the differentiate conductance (z-axis), differentiate resistance (y-axis) and the bias potential (x-axis) with data obtained from the i-V curves, Majorana particles can be observed through changing the differentiate conductance values to an optimum position. Majorana particles can also be observed through the contour map between the differentiate conductance, current, and bias potential. By taken multiple consecutive scan cycles at a fixed scan rate, in the presence of a collagen concentration 500 fg/mL, Majorana particles can also be observed in a contour map in alignment at a zero-bias potential. The new accomplishments are:1) the 3D-cage membrane fabrication and characterization using nanobiomimetic innate MMP-2 cross-linked organo-metallic polymers proven is an innovative approach to find Friedle-oscillation of the Cooper pairs in the superconductive superlattice environment; 2). Multiple methods used for multiple-variable contour mapping confirmed the Majorana particles observable at room temperature; 3). The instrumental setup was easy, and the conditions were controllable; 4). The methods used may further explore research in the basic and applied technology fields. Our accomplishments are based on our prior works: Nanobiomimetic Structured Organo-Metallic Devices Direct Rapid Real-time Monitor Atto Molarity ATP in Biological Specimens was published in the Proceedings of TechConnect Briefs in Diagnostics p423-426, 2019; Utilization of the Flexible Toroidal Vortex Josephson Junctions for Self-Powering 150K Superlattice Bits Having Non-volatile Memory Storage in One Device Assembly at Room Temperature, TechConnect Briefs in Nanoelectronics, Quantum Material, and Devices, p260-263, 2019. 3D-Cage Structured Biomimetic MMP-2/HSP60-Like Organo-Metallic Devices Sensitively Response to ATP Concentration Change Used for Defining of Anti-inflammatory and Pro-inflammatory Status, Sensors and Transducers, 236 (8), pp. 28-39, 2019.