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According to theory of superconductivity, resistivity almost zero. Below critical temperature the entropy decreases markedly with cooling .
why resistivity zero when entropy not equal to zero?
my doubt is when there is an entropy there is a disorder. then how can move conducting electron freely and zero resistivity occur ? if you know please replay
why resistivity zero when entropy not equal to zero?
my doubt is when there is an entropy there is a disorder. then how can move conducting electron freely and zero resistivity occur ? if you know please replay
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