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Old 09-16-2006, 09:44 AM
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My whole idea behind this project has changed significantly over the past day or two. Instead of water-cooling (thank you for all of your help potential mentor guy), I am now interested in superconductivity. I am not sure exactly how it works, but it is very interesting. I was thinking of possibly 'fooling around' with some synthetic chemistry and possibly come up with a low-level superconductor, but I have absolutely no idea how this 'synthetic' process takes place. How difficult is it to join ions in predetermined patterns? I would like to re-make some of the current superconductors and then try and develop an understanding of how it all works. Is this, iyho, a better idea?

Thank you!
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