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April 5, 1987

TOSHIBA MAKES SUPERCONDUCTIVITY PROCESS CLAIM

By CBR Staff Writer

Nothing wild on the temperature claims compared with some that have been made recently, but equally significant is the ability to process superconducting materials into usable forms, and Toshiba Corp claims that it has successfully processed an Yttrium-Barium-Copper Oxide ceramic into a 0.6mm wire having superconductivity at -186oC.

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