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Kitchen-temperature supercurrents from stacked 2-D materials – Phys.org

Could a stack of 2-D materials allow for supercurrents at ground-breaking warm temperatures, easily achievable in the household kitchen?

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Could a stack of 2-D materials allow for supercurrents at ground-breaking warm temperatures, easily achievable in the household kitchen?
An international study published in August opens a new route to high-temperature supercurrents at temperatures as “warm” as inside a kitchen fridge.
The ultimate aim is to achieve superconductivity (i.e., electrical current without any energy loss to resistance) at a reasonable temperature.
Toward room-temperature superconductivity
Previously, superconductivity…

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