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    04 Jan '19 15:461 edit
    This is a new clue of what causes high temperature superconductivity that may eventually lead to better understanding of it and hopefully then an advance in the design of the molecular formulas for it:

    https://phys.org/news/2019-01-revealing-hidden-paths-high-temperature-superconductors.html

    It seems to be at least partly as a result of interactions betweenf the spins of the electrons, something that was previously assumed in theories for it not to be so.
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    04 Jan '19 17:34
    @humy said
    This is a new clue of what causes high temperature superconductivity that may eventually lead to better understanding of it and hopefully then an advance in the design of the molecular formulas for it:

    https://phys.org/news/2019-01-revealing-hidden-paths-high-temperature-superconductors.html

    It seems to be at least partly as a result of interactions betweenf the spins of the electrons, something that was previously assumed in theories for it not to be so.
    I was just getting ready to post this🙂 Sounds important. Time will tell.