Subject: Can superconductors work without coolant in space?
Date: Fri Dec 30 00:48:30 2005
Posted by Nikos
Grade level: grad (science)
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Area of science: Physics
We know that current high temperature superconductors can work at around 150 K,
which means that a coolant is needed to make it produce its zero resistance
properties. Could a superconductor work in space without a coolant because
space temperature is very low?
Re: Can superconductors work without coolant in space?
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