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  • MITMassachusetts Institute of Technology

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  • Superconductors and Superconducting Materials Selection

     · Video credit DrPhysicsA / CC BY-SA 4.0 Types. Superconductors are classified into Type I and Type II materials. Type I materials show at least some conductivity at ambient temperature and include mostly pure metals and metalloids. They have low critical temperatures typically between 0 and 10 K (-273°C and -263°C respectively).

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  • DoD SBIR 2020.2 SBIR.gov

    For systems with so many die to be successful the proper magnetic and thermal environment must be simultaneously provided to each individual die as well as including ways to plumb in power lines and data cables without causing stray magnetic fields or difficulties in servicing the final assembly nductive cooling via thermal busses is a well

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