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+ - Scotch Tape Holds Together Novel 80 K "High Temperature" Superconductor->

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halightw (539485) writes "Scotch tape really can fix anything according to a new study where it was used to induce super conductivity by taping two pieces of material together. A "proximity effect" occurs when a superconducting material is able to induce superconducting behavior in a second material — a semiconductor that does not typically enjoy superconductivity."
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Scotch Tape Holds Together Novel 80 K "High Temperature" Superconductor

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