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Re: Room-temperature superconductor
« Reply #225 on: March 07, 2024, 09:42:50 am »
As already explained, a very simple, proper magnetic measurement of the susceptibility is required, AC and DC susceptibility.
In a localized domain superconductor the bulk material could have a combination of superconduction and semiconductor junctions. That's going to be tricky to measure magnetically.

Yeah, that's pretty what I suspect. 
There may very well be a superconducting compound in the sample but it's so heavily mixed up with other things that measuring it and getting results to conclusively identify superconductivity is extremely hard.
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