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Subject: Re: Reducing contact resistance for low volt use?
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Date: Mon, 6 Jan 2003 21:54:12 -0000
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"John Fields" wrote in message
> On Mon, 6 Jan 2003 19:56:39 +0000, John Woodgate
> >I read in sci.electronics.design that Mjolinor
> >wrote (in ) about
> >'Reducing contact resistance for low volt use?', on Mon, 6 Jan 2003:
> >>I suppose I should mention that it needs to run at -25 C
> >>it being superconductor. :)
> >If you think you have a superconductor that works at 248 K, RUN, don't
> >walk, to the Patent Office. Or the psychiatrist, probably. (;-)
> I think he meant -25 K.
I think I meant -25C. That is what I was told, not that I have seen it doing
I don't believe it or not believe it, it was difficult enough to get them to
talk about it at all. They did say they couldnt produce it in any quantity
with any kind of repeatability though.