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Superconductivity: Present and Future Applications

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Superconductivity: Present and Future Applications

Publisher: CCAS
Number of pages: 37

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Superconductors differ fundamentally in quantum physics behavior from conventional materials in the manner by which electrons, or electric currents, move through the material. It is these differences that give rise to the unique properties and performance benefits that differentiate superconductors from all other known conductors.

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