Properties of Fe(Se, Te) Bicrystal Grain Boundary Junctions, SQUIDs, and Nanostrips
We have fabricated and characterized single junctions, dc Superconducting Quantum Interference Devices (SQUIDs), and nanostrips made by Fe(Te, Se) superconductive thin films. SrTiO 3 bicrystal substrates with different misorientation angles have been used for the fabrication of Josephson junctions and SQUIDs. Nanostrips have been realized growing thin films on CaF 2 substrates. The interaction between fluxons and antifluxons has been taken into account for the evaluation of the pinning energy values.