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Cuprate superconductors

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Nature Materials volume 13, pages 665666 (2014) | Download Citation

Enhancing the temperature at which superconductivity is observed is a long-standing objective for materials scientists. Recent tantalizing experiments suggest a possible route for achieving this.

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