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Fraser
2011-Oct-22, 08:50 PM
Superconductivity and magnetic field are like oil and water… they don’t mix. When it can, the superconductor will push out any magnetic fields from the interior in a process called the Meissner effect. It happens when a sample is cooled below its superconducting transition temperature, where it then cancels out its magnetic flux. What’s next? [...]

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