Britta Nordberg

(Bethel University)

Britta Nordberg explains her research to her classmates

Research Project Description:

Abstract. Since their discovery, superconductors have had a broad range of application, including electronics, medical devices, engineering, and particle accelerators. The main barricade to their wide-spread utilization is the high price point required to keep superconductive materials below their transition temperatures. A major push in condensed matter physics has been to develop high temperature superconductors so that materials still maintain their unique properties. Organic compounds show immense promise in this area given their variable structure. In addition, there has been advancements in the photo-excitation of superconductive properties in organic materials far above the standard transition temperature.


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