Monday, March 14, 2011



Superconductivity is a property that a metal can acquire where it loses all of its electric resistance and becomes nearly 100-percent efficient. It’s useful is making awesome magnets, in MRI machines and microscopes, and, in the future, it’ll maybe be used in everything from mag-lev trains to electrical transmission. It’s one of the most immediate and practical aspects of quantum mechanics.

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