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J. Georg Bednorz, K. Alex Müller

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Superconductivity Hypothesis Gets Some Experimental Confirmation

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In 1987, some high-temperature superconductors, called cuprates, so named because they all contain copper and oxygen, were discovered by physicists Georg Bednorz and Alexander Müller. These new materials have properties which have raised new ...

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A proposed superconductivity theory receives exclusive experimental confirmation

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In 1987, some high-temperature superconductors, called cuprates, were discovered by physicists Georg Bednorz and Alexander Müller, so named because they all contain copper and oxygen. These new materials have properties which have raised profound ...

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The 1987 Nobel Prize in Physics went to German physicist J. Georg Bednorz and Swiss physicist K. Alexander Muller for discovery that certain classes of ceramics could be designed that had effectively no electrical resistance, meaning that there were ...

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Nearly 30 years after Reagan's patent initiative, room temperature superconducting still a dream

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The incredible energy demands required to turn known materials into superconductive ones has made widespread development of superconductivity an elusive goal. But superconductivity is once again in the news thanks to recent news out of Cornell ...

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