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Light-induced superconductivity

Nature Physics volume 12, pages 202203 (2016) | Download Citation

Intense light pulses irradiating a sample of K3C60 result in dramatic changes of its high-frequency (terahertz) conductivity. Could these be signatures of fleeting superconductivity at 100 K and beyond?

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