Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by bit-tech, 16 Jan 2019.
Clearly still some way to go in the field of superconductivity but, another worthwhile step on the way to resistance free electronics for all.
Missing a leading 'h' on the second 'as'?
Did you mean to write "won't" instead of "would"?
2 million?? Holy moly, if anything it's really impressive that -13C is achievable at that pressure haha. I guess the next step rather than looking for higher temperatures at that same pressure, better to find more realistic pressures?
Yes to both - I'll go fix, ta!
EDIT: Actually, looks like someone's already beaten me to the second correction - it's showing as "The team's work won't be leaving the lab just yet, though" here.
YBCO-based tapes are starting to roll out to production use, and that's LN2-cooled (Tc 92k, or -181°C). For high pressures, the previous record was 203 K (−70 °C) for Hydrogen Sulfide at >200GPa.
Tha's 'ow we tolk rand 'ere guvnor
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