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Room-Temperature Superconductivity (RTSC) ACHIEVED: Tc = 28 °C = 301 K = 83 °F

NOTE:  The information, re-published from Superconductors.ORG (below) on The Disruptive Edge, is ENTIRELY the property of E. Joe Eck, and is intended for educational purposes only.   806 more words

Tech

Theory for Attaining Near-Light Speed Just Published: Electromagnetic Superconducting Hyperaccelerator

Yesterday, on the 70th Anniversary of the Roswell Event, I wrote and published this:

Superconducting Electromagnetic Hyperaccelerator

This device can theoretically be used to accelerate craft, composed primarily of electromagnetic material to extreme velocities, quite possible Near-Light Speed. 368 more words

MIT physicists have found a brand new way to unleash graphene's superconductive power

 Physicists have found a new way to turn ‘wonder material’ graphene into a ridiculously powerful superconductor, capable of shuttling electricity with zero resistance.

That’s important, because if we could find a way to achieve superconductivity at room temperature, it would lead to vastly more efficient electronic devices, not to mention power lines.

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Materials की दुनिया का सुपरमैन : Superconductor (Audio Available)

(इस लेख को बड़ी लगन के साथ अपनी अप्रतिम प्रतिभा से निर्देशित व स्वरांकित किया है नेहा और आनंद ने | उनकी इस कृति को आनंदपूर्वक सुनकर superconductors से परिचित होने के लिए इस लिंक पर जाएँ |) 152 more words

Science And Technology

न्यूनतम तापमान की खोज : गैसों के द्रवीकरण की गाथा (Audio Available)

(यह लेख सुनने के लिए भी उपलब्ध है , कुल समय : 10 min 49 sec )

जिस कंप्यूटर या फ़ोन पर आप अभी इस लेख को देख रहे हैं , वह विज्ञान के जिन सिद्धांतों आधारित है . 156 more words

Science And Technology

Superconductivity in 12442-type iron pnictides

The quest to find further high-temperature superconductors continues apace.  In a recent Letter in Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, Zhi-Cheng Wang and Guang-Han Cao report on the first 12442-type… 538 more words

Journal Of Physics: Condensed Matter

The Gentleman Laureate (Sir Anthony Leggett)

The Nobel Prize has always vaguely irritated me. The idea that one’s entire research career might somehow be neatly defined by what a bunch of Swedes happen to find noteworthy has long struck me as arbitrary at best and, in my darker moments, a sad commentary on our need for self-affirmation. 1,282 more words

Physics