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Superconducting Graphene

Graphene is an arrangement of carbon atoms into a thin flat sheet that has extraordinary strength as well as being flexible and a conductor of electric current. This would seem to make it an ideal medium for electronic components. Researchers are now working to add superconductivity to the list of attributes associated with graphene. Graphene’s […]

1930 – Cooper – bio

Leon Cooper was born in 1930 in New York, USA. He is most known for discovering how electrons pair together, creating a state of less resistance, known as superconductivity. These are now called, “Cooper pairs”. Bardeen, Cooper, and Schrieffer, built on this concept to create a theory of superconductivity in 1957. The three of them […]