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Nanodiamonds make assist biologists in the study of intracellular processes

Nanodiamonds make assist biologists in the study of intracellular processes

Physicists have proposed to study the processes taking place inside cells by quantum mechanical effects. Separately, that the commercialization of the results will be conducted through the Russian Quantum Center. In the new method, which the scientists from the Institute of the Lebedev develop together with colleagues from Harvard, the … More

 
World-record high temperature superconductor

World-record high temperature superconductor

Since the discovery of superconductivity in 1911, scientists have gradually raised the temperature of the superconducting transition to industry-friendly values. Now the unusual materials to move from the laboratory into everyday life. For example, a warship with a superconducting motor or City Electric on superconductors. It looks pure fantasy, but … More

 
Found a new superconducting material

Found a new superconducting material

Japanese physicists have found a way to translate the familiar material KTaO3 superconducting. Usually task of making semiconductors and insulators into metals or superconductors solve chemical doping – replacing atoms of one element of the other atoms of the parent compound to increase the concentration of free charge carriers. Unfortunately, … More

 
Chinese Physics broke a temperature record of superconductivity

Chinese Physics broke a temperature record of superconductivity

Scientists from the Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing found a very strange behavior of high-temperature superconductor, and at the same time set a temperature record for superconductors based on iron selenite, according to CNews. As you know, most superconductors lose their electrical resistance at temperatures close … More

 
Beaujolais was the most suitable wine for superconductivity

Beaujolais was the most suitable wine for superconductivity

Japanese physicists have found a causal relationship superconductivity telluride iron from processing red wine. In 2009, a team of Japanese scientists has discovered that the film material by water SrFe2As2 become superconductors. In 2010, in Physical Review B appeared the work of another group of Japanese, in which the same … More