The Path of No Resistance: The Story of the Revolution in Superconductivity

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Simon and Schuster, 1989 - Science - 200 pages
This is the story of what has been called the most important scientific discovery of the last 20 years. The author interviews important figures in the rapidly developing and intensely competitive field of high-temperature superconductivity.

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Alright, first a primer on superconductivity: When electricity flows down a wire, some of the flow is lost due to the resistance of the material. The opposite of resistance is conductance ... Read full review

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The story of low-temperature superconductivity, so it could have been interesting, but it was written by a journalist. I bought this before I instituted my rule of not reading anything written by a ... Read full review

Contents

SURMISES JEALOUSIES CONJECTURES
13
THE GENTLEMAN OF ABSOLUTE ZERO
21
SCHMUTZ PHYSICS
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