This dataset contains data for the paper in the title "Ballistic superconductivity and tunable pi-junctions in InSb quantum wells" which is collected in QuTech, TU Delft.
The data set is made to public and reusable. Please see the following instruction for each figure.
***Description of the data in the main text***
Figure1b
The data contain the resistance measurement(see caption for detail)
X(column 1) = the applied magnetic field in the unit of Tesla
Y(column 2) = applied current in the unit of Ampere
Data(column3 to 163) = resistance of sample in the unit of ohm
Figure1c
The data contain the resistance measurement(see caption for detail)
X(column 1) = applied gate voltage in the unit of Voltage
Y(column 2) = applied current in the unit of Ampere
Data(column3 to rest) = resistance of sample in the unit of ohm
Figure1d
The data contain the supercurrent times resistance dependence (see caption for detail)
X(column 1) = the one over junction length in unit of one over micrometer
Y(column 2) = supercurrent times resistance in the unit of microvolt
X(column 3) = fitting result, the same to column 1
Y(column 4) = fitting result, the same to column 2
X(column 6) = the one over junction length in unit of one over micrometer
Y(column 7) = supercurrent times resistance in the unit of microvolt
X(column 8) = fitting result, the same to column 8
Y(column 9) = fitting result, the same to column 9
Figure2a
The data contain the supercurrent measurement in the magnetic field (see caption for detail)
X(column 1) = the applied magnetic field in the unit of milli Tesla
Y(column 2) = measured supercurrent in nano Ampere.
X(column 3) = the applied magnetic field in the unit of milli Tesla
Y(column 4) = measured supercurrent in nano Ampere.
Figure2b
The data contain the supercurrent measurement in the magnetic field for the different length of jucntions(see caption for detail)
X(column 1) = the applied magnetic field in the unit of milli Tesla
Y(column 2) = measured supercurrent in normalized unit
Y(column 3) = measured supercurrent in normalized unit
X(column 4) = the applied magnetic field in the unit of milli Tesla
Y(column 5) = measured supercurrent in normalized unit
Y(column 6) = measured supercurrent in normalized unit
Figure2c
The data contain the supercurrent measurement in the magnetic field for the different gate voltages(see caption for detail)
X(column 1) = the applied magnetic field in the unit of milli Tesla
Y(column 2) = measured supercurrent in the unit of nano Ampere
Y(column 3) = the applied magnetic field in the unit of milli Tesla
X(column 4) = measured supercurrent in the unit of nano Ampere
Y(column 5) = the applied magnetic field in the unit of milli Tesla
Y(column 6) = measured supercurrent in the unit of nano Ampere
Figure3a-d
The data contain the resistance map measurement(see caption for detail)
X(column 1) = applied gate voltage in the unit of Voltage
Y(column 2) = applied current in the unit of Ampere
Data(column3 to rest) = resistance of sample in the unit of ohm
Figure3e
The data contain the resistance measurement(see caption for detail)
X(column 1) = applied gate voltage in the unit of Volt
Y(column 2) = measured resistance in the unit of ohm
Y(column 2) = measured resistance in the unit of ohm
Figure4a
The data contain the derivative resistance respect to the gate voltage(see caption for detail)
X(column 1) = applied gate voltage in the unit of Voltage
Y(column 2) = the applied magnetic field in the unit of Tesla
Data(column3 to rest) = resistance of sample in the unit of ohm
Figure4b
The data contain the extracted values from Figure4a(see caption for detail)
X(column 1) = the extracted magnetic field in the unit of one over Tesla
Y(column 2) = the filling factors due to Landau quantization
repeat for five different gate voltages
Figure4c
The data contain the extracted density values as the function of gate voltage(see caption for detail)
X(column 1) = applied gate voltage in the unit of Volt
Y(column 2) = the density of junction in the unit of one over centimeter square
Figure4d
The data contain the transition magnetic field as the function of square root of density
X(column 1) = the square root of density in the unit of one over centimeter
Y(column 2) = the transition magnetic field in the unit of milli Tesla
***Description of the data in the supplementary infomation***
FigureS2a
The data contain the resistance measurement of sample
X(column 1) = the applied voltage on sample in the unit of Volt
Y(column 2) = the measured resistance in the unit of ohm
FigureS2b
The data contain the voltage measurement of sample
X(column 1) = the applied current in the unit of micro Ampere
Y(column 2) = the measured voltage in the unit of Volt
FigureS3
The data contain the conductance measurement of sample
X(column 1) = the applied magnetic field in the unit of milli Tesla
Y(column 2) = the measured conductance in the unit of quantum conductance
FigureS4a
The data contain the resistance measurement of sample at different field(see caption for detail)
Y(column 1) = the applied current in the unit of Ampere
X(column 2) = the applied magnetic field in the unit of Tesla
Data(Column3 to 114) = resistance of sample in unit of ohm
Y(column 115) = the applied current in the unit of Ampere
X(column 116) = the applied magnetic field in the unit of Tesla
Data(Column 117 to 267) = resistance of sample in unit of ohm
Y(column 268) = the applied current in the unit of Ampere
X(column 269) = the applied magnetic field in the unit of Tesla
Data(Column 270 to 370) = resistance of sample in unit of ohm
Y(column 271) = the applied current in the unit of Ampere
X(column 272) = the applied magnetic field in the unit of Tesla
Data(Column 273 to 473) = resistance of sample in unit of ohm
Y(column 474) = the applied current in the unit of Ampere
X(column 475) = the applied magnetic field in the unit of Tesla
Data(Column 476 to 626) = resistance of sample in unit of ohm
Y(column 627) = the applied current in the unit of Ampere
X(column 628) = the applied magnetic field in the unit of Tesla
Data(Column 629 to 779) = resistance of sample in unit of ohm
Y(column 780) = the applied current in the unit of Ampere
X(column 781) = the applied magnetic field in the unit of Tesla
Data(Column 782 to 932) = resistance of sample in unit of ohm
Y(column 933) = the applied current in the unit of Ampere
X(column 934) = the applied magnetic field in the unit of Tesla
Data(Column 935 to 1085) = resistance of sample in unit of ohm
Y(column 1086) = the applied current in the unit of Ampere
X(column 1087) = the applied magnetic field in the unit of Tesla
Data(Column 1088 to 1238) = resistance of sample in unit of ohm
Y(column 1239) = the applied current in the unit of Ampere
X(column 1240) = the applied magnetic field in the unit of Tesla
Data(Column 1241 to 1391) = resistance of sample in unit of ohm
Y(column 1392) = the applied current in the unit of Ampere
X(column 1393) = the applied magnetic field in the unit of Tesla
Data(Column 1394 to 1544) = resistance of sample in unit of ohm
FigureS4b
The data contain the field dependence
X(column 1) = the applied magnetic field in the unit of milli Tesla
Y(column 2) = the extracted field in the unit of milli Tesla
Figure6apart1
The data contain the resistance measurement of sample at different field(see caption for detail)
Y(column 1) = the applied current in the unit of Ampere
X(column 2) = the applied gate voltage in the unit of volt
Data(Column3 to 353) = resistance of sample in unit of ohm
Y(column 354) = the applied current in the unit of Ampere
X(column 355) = the applied gate voltage in the unit of volt
Data(Column 356 to 391) = resistance of sample in unit of ohm
Y(column 392) = the applied current in the unit of Ampere
X(column 393) = the applied gate voltage in the unit of volt
Data(Column 394 to 569) = resistance of sample in unit of ohm
Y(column 570) = the applied current in the unit of Ampere
X(column 571) = the applied gate voltage in the unit of volt
Data(Column 572 to 712) = resistance of sample in unit of ohm
Figure6apart2
The data contain the resistance measurement of sample at different field(see caption for detail)
Y(column 1) = the applied current in the unit of Ampere
X(column 2) = the applied gate voltage in the unit of Volt
Data(Column 3 to 178) = resistance of sample in unit of ohm
Y(column 179) = the applied current in the unit of Ampere
X(column 180) = the applied gate voltage in the unit of Volt
Data(Column 181 to 321) = resistance of sample in unit of ohm
Y(column 322) = the applied current in the unit of Ampere
X(column 323) = the applied gate voltage in the unit of Volt
Data(Column 324 to 499) = resistance of sample in unit of ohm
Y(column 500) = the applied current in the unit of Ampere
X(column 501) = the applied gate voltage in the unit of Volt
Data(Column 502 to 642) = resistance of sample in unit of ohm
Y(column 643) = the applied current in the unit of Ampere
X(column 644) = the applied gate voltage in the unit of Volt
Data(Column 645 to 783) = resistance of sample in unit of ohm
Figure6apart3
The data contain the resistance measurement of sample at different field(see caption for detail)
Y(column 1) = the applied current in the unit of Ampere
X(column 2) = the applied gate voltage in the unit of Volt
Data(Column 3 to 178) = resistance of sample in unit of ohm
Y(column 179) = the applied current in the unit of Ampere
X(column 180) = the applied gate voltage in the unit of Volt
Data(Column 181 to 356) = resistance of sample in unit of ohm
Y(column 357) = the applied current in the unit of Ampere
X(column 358) = the applied gate voltage in the unit of Volt
Data(Column 359 to 499) = resistance of sample in unit of ohm
Y(column 500) = the applied current in the unit of Ampere
X(column 501) = the applied gate voltage in the unit of Volt
Data(Column 502 to 677) = resistance of sample in unit of ohm
Y(column 678) = the applied current in the unit of Ampere
X(column 679) = the applied gate voltage in the unit of Volt
Data(Column 680 to 855) = resistance of sample in unit of ohm
Y(column 856) = the applied current in the unit of Ampere
X(column 857) = the applied gate voltage in the unit of Volt
Data(Column 858 to 1033) = resistance of sample in unit of ohm
Figure7ab
The data contain the resistance measurement at different field(see caption for detial)
X(column 1) = the applied gate voltage in the unit of Volt
Y(column 2) = the measured resistance in the unit of ohm
X(column 3) = the fit range in gate voltage in unit of Volt
Y(column 4) = the fit curve in unit of ohm
X(column 5) = the applied gate voltage in the unit of Volt
Y(column 6) = the measured resistance in the unit of ohm
X(column 7) = the fit range in gate voltage in unit of Volt
Y(column 8) = the fit curve in unit of ohm
X(column 9) = the applied gate voltage in the unit of Volt
Y(column 10) = the measured resistance in the unit of ohm
X(column 11) = the fit range in gate voltage in unit of Volt
Y(column 12) = the fit curve in unit of ohm
X(column 13) = the applied gate voltage in the unit of Volt
Y(column 14) = the measured resistance in the unit of ohm
X(column 15) = the fit range in gate voltage in unit of Volt
Y(column 16) = the fit curve in unit of ohm
X(column 17) = the applied gate voltage in the unit of Volt
Y(column 18) = the measured resistance in the unit of ohm
X(column 19) = the fit range in gate voltage in unit of Volt
Y(column 20) = the fit curve in unit of ohm
X(column 21) = the applied gate voltage in the unit of Volt
Y(column 22) = the measured resistance in the unit of ohm
X(column 23) = the fit range in gate voltage in unit of Volt
Y(column 24) = the fit curve in unit of ohm
X(column 25) = the applied gate voltage in the unit of Volt
Y(column 26) = the measured resistance in the unit of ohm
X(column 27) = the fit range in gate voltage in unit of Volt
Y(column 28) = the fit curve in unit of ohm
X(column 29) = the applied gate voltage in the unit of Volt
Y(column 30) = the measured resistance in the unit of ohm
X(column 31) = the fit range in gate voltage in unit of Volt
Y(column 32) = the fit curve in unit of ohm
Figure8a
The data contain the resistivity measurement in the field
X(column 1) = the temperature in the unit of Kelvin
Y(column 2) = the applied magnetic field in the unit of Tesla
X(column 3) = measured resistivity(XX) in unit of ohm
Y(column 4) = measured resistivity(xy) in unit of ohm
X(column 5) = filling factors
Y(column 6) = the measured resistance(xx) after background subtraction
repeat for 10 temperatures
Figure8b
The data contain the resistivity measurement in the field
X(column 1) = filling factors
Y(column 2) = the temperature in the unit of Kelvin
Y(column 3) = resistivity(xx) in unit of ohm
X(column 4) = fit temperature in unit of Kelvin
Y(column 5) = fit reslut in unit of ohm
repeat for 4 filling factor