Size range and space distribution Control in the Bi2O2Se-based Josephson connection

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To study the topological quantum computation, many propositions are based on super-orbit-binding materials built on superconducting quantum materials. For these devices, there is a huge demand for both full-size and super-space control of the Superman, but it’s still awkward. We have built a close-knit Josephson connection on B nanoplasts2O.2Se, a new emerging semi-powerful SOC. Through the electric gum we show that the superman can be completely turned on and off, while the configuration of its real space paths is possible through the bulk, or along the edges. Our activities show b2O.2As a promising platform for the construction of multifunctional hybrid superconducting devices, as well as for the search for topological super-productivity.