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Creating a New Superconductor by Determining the "Magic Angle"

Researchers have learned more about the potential of graphene as a superconductor of electricity. Credit: Ohio State University One study suggests a possible role of graphene in the movement of electricity. Ohio State University researchers, in collaboration with scientists around the world, have made a discovery that could provide new insights into the movement of superconductors to use energy more …

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The & # 39; electron pairing & # 39; is well above the critical temperature of the superconductor

Panice Zhou, a graduate of Rice University, performed and analyzed "shot noise" experiments in which electron pairs were detected in lanthanum-strontium-copper oxide at temperatures above the critical temperature at which the material becomes a superconductor. Zhou measured the current flowing through nanoscale "tunnel junctions" between superconductor layers and showed that the passage of individual electrons could not explain the amount …

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A graphene superconductor playing more than one tune

Graphene / boron nitride moire superlattice material consists of three atomically thin (2D) layers of graphene (gray) sandwiched between 2D boron nitride ( red and blue) are arranged. to form a repeating pattern called the moiré superlattice. The superconductivity is indicated by light green circles. Picture credits: Guorui Chen et al. / Berkeley Lab Researchers at the US Department of …

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