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Type I superconductor




Type I superconductors are superconductors that cannot be penetrated by magnetic flux lines (Meißner-Ochsenfeld effect). Elementary superconductors, such as aluminium and lead are typical Type I superconductors.

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See also

  • Type II superconductor


 
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