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Discussion in 'Electronic Components' started by J?rgen D., Sep 29, 2004.

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  1. J?rgen D.

    J?rgen D. Guest

    Hello,
    I'm an engineer student and have the task to research something about
    superconducting materials.
    I need to know what material has the lowest temperature to get
    superconductive...
    Who can help me???
    greetz

    Jürgen D
     
  2. Hydrogen? i've heard that it does some very odd things when it is in
    its solid state. Same with helium.
     
  3. Nope. The right answer (if it is an element) has a canine connection.


    Best regards,
    Spehro Pefhany
     
  4. J?rgen D.

    J?rgen D. Guest

    Sorry, but I asked the question wrong yesterday...
    I want to know of course what the HIGHEST temperature is to get a
    material superconductive...
    Can anybody help me...???
    greetz

    Jürgen D.
     
  5. Ross Herbert

    Ross Herbert Guest

    On 30 Sep 2004 00:32:51 -0700,
    (J?rgen D.) wrote:

    | (J?rgen D.) wrote in message |> Hello,
    |> I'm an engineer student and have the task to research something about
    |> superconducting materials.
    |> I need to know what material has the lowest temperature NEEDED to get
    |> superconductive...
    |> Who can help me???
    |> greetz
    |>
    |> Jürgen D
    |
    |Sorry, but I asked the question wrong yesterday...
    |I want to know of course what the HIGHEST temperature is to get a
    |material superconductive...
    |Can anybody help me...???
    |greetz
    |
    |Jürgen D.

    http://www.webcom.com/cfsc/scpart1.html
     
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