Iron-Based Crystal Superconductor Breaks High-Temperature Record

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Superconductivity, a phenomenon that works only at temperatures close to absolute zero, has been proven to work at higher temperatures, as much as 70 kelvin. Physicists have been struggling to find out the exact reason why some superconductors can work at warmer temperatures.

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