Superconductor

 

An object or substance that conducts electricity with zero resistance.

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A material which conducts electricity without loss below a certain temperature. At this so called critical temperature the electrical resistance drops to zero. Generally, the critical temperature is below -250 degrees centigrade and an enormous cooling capacity is required. Certain materials show superconductivity at higher temperatures (High Temperature Superconductors, HTS) and might be useful for future developments and applications.

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An object or substance that conducts electricity with zero resistance. [NTN]

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An object or substance that conducts electricity with zero resistance. [NTN]

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An object or substance that conducts electricity with zero resistance.

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A material or object through which electricity flows with zero resistance.

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Electron Tunneling

Josephson-Effect

Superconducting Quantum Interference Device

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