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To learn about superconductivity--conducting electricity with zero resistance--visit this site for a brief, clear, well-illustrated introduction. There are lots of links to provide more information. Also, you'll learn about the unusual materials that superconduct,including ceramics and fullerines, and also about race for high-temperature superconductivity.
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