Published October 16, 2020
The New York Times quoted Eva Zurek, professor of chemistry in the College of Arts and Sciences, in articles on the first room-temperature superconductor, which conducts electricity at 59 degrees Fahrenheit by crushing a carbon, sulfur and hydrogen compound between two diamonds at a pressure about 70% of that found at the center of Earth. The material could be used in applications ranging from quantum computing to building better MRI machines.
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