For the first time, physicists have received a superconductor that exhibits all its properties at a temperature of fifteen degrees.
The EVO-RUS.COM portal writes with reference to Rang Diaz, an associate professor at the University of Rochester in the United States, that although superconductors have a lot of useful properties, they did not make a technological revolution because of their low temperatures required for their work. The new discovery, according to Diaz, “will pave the way for a variety of practical applications of superconductors.”
The result was achieved with hydrogen sulfide superconductors. The shift occurred from minus seventy degrees to room temperature. For this I had to mix hydrogen sulfide with hydrogen and methane.