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Relena
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Jun26-08, 01:51 PM
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For a super conductor there is a maximum current after which the energy of electrons will be higher than Fermi energy and no cooper pairs will exist .

Can this be evaded if we used linear superconductors rather than coils ?? thus, the motion of electron pairs could be inertial , And the cooper pairs wouldn't be destroyed.

Any Ideas?
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