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Red Wine Boosts Superconductivity

13 May 2011

Who knew?


Yoshihiko Takano (R), professor of Japan’s National Institute for Material Science and researcher Keita Deguchi display a superconductive metal compound, which is seven times higher when dipped in red wine than for ethanol or water at his laboratory in Tsukuba city, suburban Tokyo. The researchers plan to showcase their surprise findings later this year.


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