“It could [also] support materials researchers to develop new superconductors with higher critical temperatures,” says Mankowsky who led the study. “And eventually to reach the dream of a superconductor that functions at room temperature and needs no chilling at all.”
Room Temperature Superconductor Turns To Reality
In fact, it was only a few millionths of a millisecond. That’s a very, very momentary lifespan for our astonishing new room temperature superconductor. Though, the fruitful experiment is proof that such a thing is promising.
The scientists say that this development will not only deliver key insight into the incomplete theory of high-temperature (and room temperature) superconductors.
When that day comes, superconductors will alter everything from power grids to transport. Also, levitation. So much hovering is promising with room temperature superconductors.