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Quanta of the Magnetic Flux in Superconductors Dependent on Dimensionality of the Flux

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The paper demonstrates that a quantum of the magnetic flux which is accross a two-dimensional surface, and is characteristic for superconductors as well as the systems exhibiting the fractional quantum Hall effect, has its counterpart in a quantum of the flux calculated across a three-dimensional area. This kind of quantum obtained on the basis of the Ginzburg-Landau theory of superconducting systems is by many orders smaller than the quantum known for the two-dimensional magnetic flux.
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Keywords: MAGNETIC FLUX; QUANTA OF THE FLUX DEFINED IN THE SPACE OF TWO AND THREE DIMENSIONS; SUPERCONDUCTORS AND THE QUANTUM HALL EFFECT

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: April 1, 2015

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