Superconducting wire with no resistance and carrying 100 times the current of copper

 
"Superconducting wire with no resistance and carrying 100 times the current of copper to be a dramatic feature at important energy conference," August 16, 2010,  IEEE SmartGrid News
 
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DALLAS - New second-generation superconducting materials can now carry as much as 100 times the current of ordinary conductors such as copper. Furthermore, these superconductors carry electricity without resistance, so there are no losses during transport.  [Read More]

 

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