Room temperature superconductivity achieved for the first time! A slightly chilly room, to be sure (59 degrees Fahrenheit). Also, the material has to be crushed between two diamonds. But still!
In a scientific landmark, physicists have discovered a material that conducts electricity with perfect efficiency at room temperature. But there is a crushing caveat, reports.
Physicists have discovered a material that conducts electricity with perfect efficiency at room temperature—a long-sought scientific milestone. The hydrogen, carbon, and sulfur compound operates as a superconductor at up to 59 °F via
To achieve superconductivity at a balmy 59 degrees Farenheit, a team of physicists first had to crack through dozens of diamonds. “That’s the biggest problem with our research, the diamond budget,” said materials physicist Ranga Dias.
Physicists have reached a long-sought goal. The catch is that their room-temperature superconductor requires crushing pressures to keep from falling apart...
Oh wow, a room temperature semiconductor! At extremely high pressures, but a profound accomplishment nonetheless
Room-Temperature Superconductivity Achieved for the First Time
In light of recent achievement of superconductivity at room temperature under extreme pressures can anyone help me find a plot of the temperature-pressure possibility frontier? Is this frontier is advancing significantly?
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Room-Temperature Superconductivity Achieved for the First Time: Physicists have reached a long-sought goal. The catch is that their room-temperature superconductor requires crushing pressures to keep from falling apart. via