superconducting


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su·per·con·duct·ing

 (so͞o′pər-kən-dŭk′tĭng)
adj.
Exhibiting superconductivity.
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Scientists and engineers attempting to build a scalable and efficient quantum computer normally go about it in one of the two ways - by trapping ions in magnetic fields, or by using superconducting circuits.
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22 November 2016 - UK-based research tools and systems provider Oxford Instruments plc (LSE: OXIG) has sold its Oxford Instruments Superconducting Wire LLC unit to US-based diagnostic solutions provider Bruker Corp's (NASDAQ: BRKR) Bruker Energy and Supercon Technologies Inc subsidiary for a consideration of USD 17.5m, payable in cash, the company said.

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