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2017 IEEE 7th International Conference Nanomaterials: Application & Properties (NAP)
Niobium nitride (NbN) thin films are extensively used in superconducting devices such as single-photon detectors, hot electron bolometers, microwave resonators and kinetic inductance detectors. The operation of these devices is strongly influenced by the quality of the films, especially by their resistivity and superconducting transition temperatures (Tc). NbN films have rather high Tc of ~16.5 K and high resistivity of few hundreds micro-Ohm cm, which is perfect for operation of manydoi:10.1109/nap.2017.8190366 fatcat:urphqiyuirhu3gdvrdwftflfry