Superconductivity in diamond

@article{Ekimov2004SuperconductivityID,
  title={Superconductivity in diamond},
  author={E. A. Ekimov and V. Sidorov and E. Bauer and N. Melnik and N. Curro and J. Thompson and S. M. Stishov},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2004},
  volume={428},
  pages={542-545}
}
  • E. A. Ekimov, V. Sidorov, +4 authors S. M. Stishov
  • Published 2004
  • Materials Science, Physics, Medicine
  • Nature
  • Diamond is an electrical insulator well known for its exceptional hardness. It also conducts heat even more effectively than copper, and can withstand very high electric fields. With these physical properties, diamond is attractive for electronic applications, particularly when charge carriers are introduced (by chemical doping) into the system. Boron has one less electron than carbon and, because of its small atomic radius, boron is relatively easily incorporated into diamond; as boron acts as… CONTINUE READING
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