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August 26th, 2004

Cornell probes mystery of high-temperature superconductor

Abstract:
With equipment so sensitive that it can locate clusters of electrons, Cornell University and University of Tokyo physicists have -- sort of -- explained puzzling behavior in a much-studied high-temperature superconductor, perhaps leading to a better understanding of how such superconductors work. (J.C. Sťamus) Davis has increased the scanning precision to a point where he can resolve details smaller than atoms.

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