Applications of superconductors, Physics

Applications of Superconductors -

1. Electrical Machines 

2. Power Cables

3. Electro Magnets 

4. Amplifiers

5. Cryotron

6. Magnetic Leviation

7. A 15 Phases

8. Fullerene

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