We consider a number of effects due to the interplay of superconductivity, electromagnetism, and elasticity, which are unique for thin membranes of layered chiral superconductors. Some of them should be within the reach of present technology, and could be useful for characterizing materials. More speculatively, the enriched control of Josephson junctions they afford might find useful applications.
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- Physics and Astronomy(all)