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High Transition Temperature Superconductor: Y-Ba-Cu Oxide
Department of Pure and Applied Sciences, University of Tokyo
(Received February 23, 1987; accepted for publication March 23, 1987)
New material with high temperature superconductivity is discovered. This material is an oxide of the composition of yttrium, barium and copper. The observation of the superconductivity begins at 85K and completely vanishing resistance occurs at 45 K.
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