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May 26th, 2003
Nanoengineered magnetic fields enhance superconductivity
Magnetism and superconductivity are often thought to be incompatible with each other. However, Martin Lange and colleagues from the Catholic University of Leuven in Belgium have now shown that a nanoengineered field, in the form of tiny magnetic dots, can actually enhance superconductivity instead of destroying it.
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