Superconducting at 140 Degrees F

Researchers Superconduct at 140 Degrees Lasers align lattice for pulses of superconductivity R. Colin Johnson 12/15/2014 07:15 PM EST 8 comments PORTLAND, Ore. -- Superconductors are heating up. A group of international scientists working with the National Accelerator Laboratory in Menlo Park, Calif., have discovered lasers that can create conditions for superconductivity at temperatures as high at 140°F. I ...

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