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Superconductivity


Superconductivity is the phenomenon in which a material's resisitivity becomes zero, i.e. it offers no resistance to the flow of electric current through it. Another effect that takes place in superconductivity is the Meissner effect i.e. complete expulsion of the magnetic field.

Superconductivity takes place at low temperatures, nearly 100K.

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