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Still alluring and hard to predict at 100

Superconductivity has gone from a rare event to a ground state that pops up in materials once considered improbable, if not impossible. Although we cannot predict its occurrence yet, recent discoveries give us some clues about how to look for new hopefully more useful superconducting materials.

Journal Title: Nature Materials Apr 2011, Vol.10(4), pp.259-61
Main Author: Canfield, Paul
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