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An Impartial Perspective for Superconducting Nb3Sn coated Copper RF Cavities for Future Accelerators

@inproceedings{Barzi2022AnIP,
  title={An Impartial Perspective for Superconducting Nb3Sn coated Copper RF Cavities for Future Accelerators},
  author={E. Barzi and Barry C. Barish and Robert A. Rimmer and Anne-Marie Valente-Feliciano and Christopher M. Rey and William Alphonse Barletta and Emilio A. Nanni and Mamdouh H. Nasr and Marc Ross and M. Schneider and Sami G. Tantawi and Paul Welander and Evgenya I. Simakov and Igor Olegovich Usov and Lambert Alff and N. Karabas and M{\'a}rton Major and J. P. Palakkalo and Stefan Petzold and Norbert Pietralla and N. Schafer and Akira Kikuchi and Hitoshi Hayano and H. Ito and Eiji Kako and S. Kashiwaji and Hideaki Monjushiro and Hiroyuki Hama and F. Hona and Shigeru Kashiwagi and Kensei Umemori and K. Takahashi and T. Takahashi and Yoshinari Kondo and Kohtaro Yamakawa and K. Kon},
  year={2022}
}
This Snowmass21 Contributed Paper encourages the Particle Physics community in fostering R&D in Superconducting Nb 3 Sn coated Copper RF Cavities instead of costly bulk Niobium. It describes the pressing need to devote effort in this direction, which would deliver higher gradient and higher temperature of operation and reduce the overall capital and operational costs of any future collider. It is unlikely that an ILC will be built in the next ten years with Nb as one of the main cost drivers of… 

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