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Helium-Free Superconductivity Achieved at Room Temperature

American researchers have made a breakthrough in the field of superconductivity, announcing the discovery of a material that can become superconductive at room temperature without the need for liquid helium or nitrogen. This material, named nitrogen-doped lutetium hydride, can become superconductive at a pressure of just 10,000 bar, compared to the 15 million bar pressure required for other materials tested.

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