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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


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

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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

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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