$a-b$ Plane Point Contact Spectroscopy measurements of optimally Cobalt doped Ba-122 iron-pnictide superconductorsReport as inadecuate



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Point contact spectroscopy (PCS) is a technique which can reveal the size and symmetry of a superconducting gap ($\Delta$) and is especially useful for new materials such as the iron-based superconductors. PCS is usually employed in conjunction with the extended Blonder-Tinkham-Klapwijk (BTK) model which is used to extract information such as the e

Author: John Timmerwilke; E. Kim; J. Maughan; J. S. Kim; G. R. Stewart; Amlan Biswas

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