Superconducting Materials

At the recent time, most materials must attain an extremely low energy state via low temperatures and/or high pressures in order to reach superconductivity. While superconductors that are effective at higher temperatures are in progress, superconductivity is typically possible only with expensive, inefficient cooling mechanisms. Many superconductors also exhibit unique features like expelling magnetic fields during the transition to the superconducting state.

  • Organic superconductors (fullerenes and carbon nanotubes)
  • Superconducting permanent magnets
  • High-Temperature Superconducting Materials
  • Electrochemically controlled superconducting devices
  • Advanced superconductors design and fabrication

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