Relativistic Quantization of Cooper Pairs and Distributed Electrons in Rotating Superconductors


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Abstract

Relativistic time synchronization along closed integral lines maintains magnetic flux quantization independently from gravitation. All Fermi-volume electrons form time-averaged electromagnetic fields within rotating conductors, while Fermi-surface superelectrons enable flux quantization in SQUID experiments. Inertia is not related to instantaneous self-coherent states of the distributed electric charge and, therefore, the Cooper pair mass cannot be measured in principle from magnetic flux quantization.

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