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Vol. 228, Issue 12, December 2018, pp. 30-47

 

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Utilization of the Flexible Fractional Josephson Toroidal Arrays for Sensing,
Memory Storage and Quantum Computing
 

1 E. T. CHEN, 2 J. T. THORNTON, 3 P. T. KISSINGER, 4 S.-H. DUH

1 Advanced Biomimetic Sensors, Inc., 11140 Rockville Pike, Suite 440, Unit 422, Rockville, MD 20852, USA
2 Bruker Nano, 19 Fortune Dr., Billerica, MA 01821, USA
3 Department of Chemistry, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN 47906, USA
4 University of Maryland Medical System, 22 South Greene St, Baltimore, MD 21201, USA
Tel.: 240-706-5687, fax: 240-630-4051

1 E-mail: ellenchen@nanobiomimeticsensors.com

 

Received: 11 June 2018 /Accepted: 1 October 2018 /Published: 31 December 2018

Digital Sensors and Sensor Sysstems

 

Abstract: Self-powered Flexible Fractional Toroidal Josephson Junction (FFTJJ) qubits devices for sensing, memory storage and quantum computing were developed under the conditions of the external magnetic field-free, and operated at room temperature. It mimicked the innate Matrix Metalloproteinase-2 (MMP-2) based on a self-assembling organometallic superlattice membrane on gold chips. The functions of the FFTJJ membrane initiated the intrinsic magnetic flux accompanied with phase change that promoted the superconducting quantum computing function with sensing and quantum computing in the presence of collagen as an analyte and an insulator. The slope value of Josephson Frequency vs. Josephson Shapiro step voltages over different scan rates is a half of the Josephson Constant KJ, indicating the fractional Josephson Effect occurred based on the Direct Electron-Relay (DER) vortices arrays observed at the first time. The FFTJJ dynamic multiple-variable study between differentiate conductivity, inductive energy and charge energy was conducted for use with or without collagen. The experimental results presented in dynamic maps enabled us to confirm that per unit of the inductive energy contributed more to the superconductivity than per unit of the charge energy contribution. .

 

Keywords: Flexible Fractional Toroidal Josephson Junction (FFTJJ) Qubits, Nanostructured Biomimetic Matrix Metalloproteinase-2 (MMP-2) Membrane Superlattice, Direct Electron-Relay (DER) Vortices Arrays, Superconductive Quantum Computing and Sensing, Multiple-variable Factor Study, Self-powering.

 

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