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Superconductivity enhanced by electron variations

8/10/2010 10:26 PM EDT
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WDK_dave
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WDK_dave   3/29/2011 9:14:14 PM
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So it is smewhat like an atomic level rail gun for electrons?

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pixies   8/11/2010 7:30:05 PM
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Stripe phase in HTSC is not a new concept, it was popular about 10 years ago. The problem is, it is phenomelogical and there is little understanding of how and why the stripes are formed.

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SallyF   8/11/2010 6:44:27 PM
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How much closer to room temperature? What was the actual temperature?

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ahshabazz   8/11/2010 5:35:46 PM
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Once scientists stagger these inhomogeneous ripples in such a way to achieve resonance they will achieve superconductivity at room temperature. This resonance will become the golden frequency. From that point, all they will need do is Listen to a composite element's Natural frequency and subsequently tune it to the Golden frequency at which superconductivity is achieved. :)

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ahshabazz   8/11/2010 4:52:26 PM
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The electron density variations form channels for cooper-pairs. These channels are skeleton-ized phonons. Imagine it in the same way as a dried up water bed shows ripples in the sand, the way water "used to" flow. (based upon my personal understanding)

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piitaq   8/11/2010 3:10:55 PM
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Wonder how these electron density variations are related to the so-called Cooper-pairs, which have been used to model super-conductivity for a long time. Any leads out there ?

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yalanand   8/11/2010 9:34:34 AM
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Wow, If we can reliase the superconductivity at room temperature it would revoultionaise the way current circuits work...remember Kirchoffs law will loose its importance :)....

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Kinnar   8/11/2010 6:11:46 AM
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This is a the most waited technology in the electrical and electronics engineering. Lets see what the results turns out.

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