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A single molecule superconductor emerges under pressure

A single molecule superconductor emerges under pressure

July 5, 2014 - Three decades ago, researchers discovered that certain organic molecules become superconducting at low temperatures. This finding sparked numerous investigations into the properties of these lightweight, low-cost and easy-to-modify materials. Despite much recent progress, chemists remain puzzled by one aspect of these compounds: all known molecular superconductors need the cooperative action of two or more different molecular species to move electrons without resistance.

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2 comments

  • Gghost#

    Gghost wrote July 6, 2014 1:31:29 PM CEST

    what the superconductor has in common whit 911? somebody mixed up the something at editing

  • Loky#

    Loky wrote July 5, 2014 9:54:08 PM CEST

    This article don't make sense as one article, looks to me like two incomplete articles merged into one?

 
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