Superconductivity in Hydrogen-Charged Copper-Implanted Palladium
ARMY ARMAMENT RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER WATERVLIET NY LARGE CALIBER WEAPON SYSTEMS LAB
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A superconducting transition temperature, T sub c of 124. K has been observed in palladium implanted with copper ions and electrolytically charged with hydrogen at dry ice temperature. A step-wise warmup procedure between 77 K and 273 K produces considerable variations in T sub c. Annealing the copper implanted palladium before electrolysis does not change T sub c to a substantial degree.
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