Several U.S. companies are formulating cooperative development arrangements and seeking licenses to produce a flexible, high-temperature superconducting tape developed at Los Alamos National Laboratory, paving the way for near-term commercial applications. If plans now evolving are carried out by industry, large quantities of the high current-density, thick-film tape could be available within a few years. These would enable development of very sensitive infrared detectors, magnetic ...

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