\u0026 nbsp; \u0026 nbsp; \u0026 nbsp; \u0026 nbsp; According to the British \”Nature\” magazine, a scientist at the Bell Laboratory of Langxun Technology Company found an organic polymer at low temperature. Superconducting materials.
\u0026 nbsp; \u0026 nbsp; \u0026 nbsp; \u0026 nbsp; mixes some impurities to the organic polymer to make it have strong conductivity, which is well known to the scientific community. However, no organic polymer has the superconducting characteristics before.
Scientists use organic polymers \u0026 nbsp;-\u0026 nbsp; Jug 3-own-based pneumatic (P3HT) solution to create a P3HT film with regular structures, and use field effect transistors into the film into the film. It was found that when the temperature dropped to an absolute temperature of 2.35 degrees (about 270.8 degrees Celsius), the film showed the superconducting characteristics.
\u0026 nbsp; \u0026 nbsp; \u0026 nbsp; \u0026 nbsp Profile Extrusion line ; Although the critical temperature of the superconducting materials in this result is very low, this is already a very important new progress. It means that the adjustable range of organic polymer material conductivity is wider than people originally considered. It can not only be used as insulators and conductives, but also hopes to exhibit skills in the field of superconducting.