Delocalized Electron Relay in Superconductive Multiple-layer Self-Assembled Membranes Promoted Room-temperature d Wave Mixed-spin Triplet of Copper-pair to Penetrate Toroidal Josephson Junction Barriers with a Magnitude Higher Open Circuit Potential

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

Keywords: d Wave mixed-spin triplet bounding, Superconductive/mem-element device, Toroidal array Josephson Junctions, State switch valve, Cooper-pair tunneling


Research groups theoretically proposed a rf SQUID design based on the memristive behavior of a device having the superconducting circuit to offer memory and superconductivity, which could be revolutionarily improve the industry for communication. We developed a room temperature superconductive/mem-element device comprising of multiple-layer self-assembled membranes (SAMs); zinc transition metal ions connected to the curvature nanotubes formed a toroidal torus matrix; Josephson junction (JJ) barriers contain dielectric insulators separated the two electrode membrane assemblies, and an adjustable valve media (switch a state between superconductive state and memristive state) promoting long-range Cooper-pair tunneling with mixed-spin triplet bounding state of Cooper-pair at Majorana zero mode. As such event happened, it enabled Cooper-pair penetrating a hundred m thickness JJ barriers with an open circuit potential increase from a first sine wave at 0.77V last 20 ms, then rose to 10V for 100s with second wave (sound) having magnitudes higher phase change rate. A delocalized direct electron relay mechanism initiated the event through the cyclic voltammetry method and a negative capacitance peak was observed at zero bias without an external magnetic field applied. In the toroidal JJ barriers, 3D multiple Andreev reflections were observed 3D maps and images. The Majorana particles were observed at the edge-mode. Our accomplishments are inspired by our prior works: Experimental Observations of Majorana Particles Produced in Arrays of Fractional Josephson Junctions in An Organo-metallic Superconductive Device Using a Contour Mapping Method, Techconenct Briefs 126-129, 2021. 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. Partially listed patents: Nanobiomimetic Supercapacitors with High Rate High Energy Storage, US 9,443,665, 2015. Nanostructured organic memristor/memcapacitor of making with an embedded low-to-high frequency switch and a method of inducing an electromagnetic field, US 9/793,503, 2017. Josephson Toroidal vortex quantum superconductive/memcapacitive and Superconductive/memristive devices of making and the applications at room-temperature thereto, US 11/079,354, 2021. The new accomplishments are: 1) Innovatively designed a delocalized direct electron- transfer (DET) multi-layer nanostructured biomimetic superconductive membrane by 2) utilizing the negative capacitance d wave mixed-spin triplet bounding state and 3) invented an adjustable state-switch valve to be able to switch from memristive to superconductive state, and 4) promote Copper-pair crossed 133 mm JJ barriers with 13-fold enhanced d wave power and 1000-fold increased phase change rate at room temperature without external applied magnetic field. 5). observed Majorana particles at the edge-mode and Andreev reflections in 3D maps. 6). the new superconductive/mem-element device system will bring rich applications to the energy, sensing, and quantum computing industries. .