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High-Temperature Superconductivity

Background

High-temperature superconductivity is a phenomenon that occurs in certain materials at extremely low temperatures. These materials are able to conduct electricity with zero resistance, making them extremely efficient. The highest known critical temperature for a superconducting material is around -135 degrees Celsius.

Some of the emerging trends in high-temperature superconductivity include the use of cuprates for high-temperature superconductors, the use of iron-based superconductors, and the use of chalcogenides for high-temperature superconductors.

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