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originally posted by: ResearchNOWknowledge
How is that considered a state of matter.?. I thought there was only solid, liquid, gas, and plasma?
originally posted by: MystikMushroom
Well, in the show Stargatge SG-1 the gate is made of a super conducting material. Who knows, maybe superconductors can help us with propulsion or wormhole research?
In this model the potential essentially renormalizes the order parameter so that if the pairing lowers the energy of the molecular structure, then the energy gap tends to zero asymptotically as 1/T with increasing of temperature - Eq.(31). Thus, formally, in this model the critical temperature is equal to infinity, however the energy gap remains finite quantity. For practical realization of this model we propose a hypothetical superconductor on the basis of alkali-doped fullerides using endohedral structures He@C60, where a helium atom is in the center of each fullerene molecule. In an endohedral fullerene the helium atom interacts with a carbon cage by Van der Waals force. The interaction depends on a state of excess electrons on surface of the molecule. They have shown that energy of the molecule if the excess electrons on its surface are in the paired state.