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August 15th, 2006

Phonons may drive high-Tc superconduction

Abstract:
... a research team at Cornell University (Ithaca, N.Y.) has countered that careful characterization at the atomic scale reveals that the mechanism causing high-temperature superconducting may be phonons after all.

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