Транспортные свойства слоистых гетероструктур на базе проводящего полимера
Polydiphenylenephthalide (PDF) belongs to the class of organic dielectrics, which exhibit electric conductive properties when an external electrostatic field and/or mechanical stress is applied. In this work, the transport properties of thin-film layered lead–PDF–lead structures were experimentally studied in a wide temperature range. At sufficiently high temperatures, the volt–ampere dependences are satisfactorily described in terms of the injection model of currents limited by the space charge. At temperatures below ~7.5 K, a number of samples exhibit features that can be explained by the effect of induced superconductivity in a thin film of a conducting polymer enclosed between two massive superconductors (lead).