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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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Exhibiting the phenomenon of an almost perfect power of transmitting heat, electricity, or sound. shown by certain substances at temperatures approaching absolute zero

Usage examples (37)
  • These type-II superconductors allow superconductivity and magnetism to exist at the same time and remain superconductive in high magnetic fields.
  • - Note it is considered by many that our cellular communication system and level and type of internal energy exchange and design is one that is 'superconductive' in nature.
  • In superconductive metals the experiments suggested the existence of
  • Unlike an ordinary liquid this “electronic liquid” is superconductive. for more
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