NewsSuspended layers make a special superconductor

5th November 2019by admin0
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In superconducting materials, an electric current will
flow without any resistance. There are quite a few practical
applications of this phenomenon; however, many fundamental
questions remain as yet unanswered. Associate Professor Justin Ye,
head of the Device Physics of Complex Materials group at the
University of Groningen, studied superconductivity in a double
layer of molybdenum disulfide and discovered new superconducting
states. The results were published in the journal Nature
Nanotechnology on 4 November.

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