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English: The tin cylinder has been cooled down from 4.2K to 1.6K. The current in the electromagnet has been kept constant. However, the tin became superconducting at about 3K. FLUX HAS BEEN EXPELLED FROM THE CYLINDER (Meissner effect.)
Date 1964
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Author I, AlfredLeitner, took this photograph as part of my movie about Type I Superconductivity
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