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Clearnfc 24-07-2020 09:10 AM

I Wonder how sound would be like using BCS superconductors....
 
I don't think anyone has tried?? No idea. didn't find anything online.

But what if we use liquid helium to cool a set of cables made of BCS superconductors (i.e. superconductor which BCS theory applies).

I am really curious. Because since the electrons will form cooper pairs the way it flow through the conductor is entirely different from conventional metal conductors. I wonder how does this affects the signals and will it sound different from copper cables?

wwenze 24-07-2020 10:29 AM

Nitrogen boils at 77 degrees K which is higher than the superconductivity explained by BCS theory.

Clearnfc 24-07-2020 10:40 AM

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Originally Posted by wwenze (Post 128665729)
Nitrogen boils at 77 degrees K which is higher than the superconductivity explained by BCS theory.

Sorry, should be liquid helium, not LN2.


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