Cuprate superconductors operate at higher temperatures than any other superconductors ever identified. Scientists hope to one day develop a room-temperature superconductor, harnessing insights about this unusual material.
University of Waterloo and Cornell University researchers Christopher McMahon, Haofei Wei, and Cissy Suen are studying a type of cuprate crystal as it transitions from its superconductive and non-superconductive state.
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