How To Soup Up Superconductors
IT HAS BEEN NEARLY A decade since the world was shocked by the discovery of "warm" superconductors--materials that carry current without any resistance at relatively high temperatures. Unfortunately, that breakthrough hasn't yet led to major commercial products, in part because the materials can't carry enough current.
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