Electronics/Superconductors

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In a superconductor, resistance drops to zero and current flows as a short without attenuating.

Until recently most superconductors operated at very low temperatures close to absolute zero. Recently there have been higher temperature superconductors.

Superconductors all for floating magnets.

Superconductors have a great promise for reducing electricity bills.