New chromium-based superconductor has an unusual electronic state

Tuesday, July 25, 2017 - 08:02 in Physics & Chemistry

When certain materials are cooled below a critical temperature they become superconductors, with zero electrical resistance. An international research team observed an unusual electronic state in new superconductor chromium arsenide. This finding could prove useful in future superconductor research and material design. The study was published on June 5 in Nature Communications.

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