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  • noun Plural form of cuprate.

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  • In research toward better understanding the dynamics behind high-temperature superconductivity, the ORNL scientists rewrote computational code for the numerical Hubbard model that previously assumed copper-compound superconducting materials known as cuprates to be homogenous - the same electron density - from atom to atom.

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  • Ridge National Laboratory rewrote computational code for the numerical Hubbard model that previously assumed copper-compound superconducting materials known as cuprates to be homogenous - the same electron density - from atom to atom.

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  • In research toward better understanding the dynamics behind high-temperature superconductivity, the ORNL scientists rewrote computational code for the numerical Hubbard model that previously assumed copper-compound superconducting materials known as cuprates to be homogenous - the same electron density - from atom to atom.

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  • In research toward better understanding the dynamics behind high-temperature superconductivity, the ORNL scientists rewrote computational code for the numerical Hubbard model that previously assumed copper-compound superconducting materials known as cuprates to be homogenous - the same electron density - from atom to atom.

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  • Ridge National Laboratory rewrote computational code for the numerical Hubbard model that previously assumed copper-compound superconducting materials known as cuprates to be homogenous - the same electron density - from atom to atom.

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  • Ceramic materials called cuprates superconduct at temperatures as

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  • The researchers, from the University of Illinois, Brookhaven National Laboratory, and the University of Paris, focused on copper-oxide compounds, called cuprates, which operate at temperatures warmer than traditional superconductors but still far below freezing.

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  • In research toward better understanding the dynamics behind high-temperature superconductivity, the ORNL scientists rewrote computational code for the numerical Hubbard model that previously assumed copper-compound superconducting materials known as cuprates to be homogenous - the same electron density - from atom to atom.

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  • Materials known as cuprates, made of copper oxide doped with other atoms, can become superconducting with just the right amount of doping, which allows electrons to bind into pairs that can conduct electricity without interference.

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  • They have very similar layered structures as the copper-oxygen compounds (known as cuprates), containing alternating layers of FeAs (iron arsenide) compared to alternating layers of CuO (copper oxide) for the cuprates.

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