Lattice vibrations — phonons — have long been implicated in conventional low-temperature superconductivity. That they could also have a supporting role when the heat is turned up had been dismissed.
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de Lozanne, A. Hot vibes. Nature 442, 522–523 (2006). https://doi.org/10.1038/442522a
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