Mercury Superconducting Meissner Effect
Most recent answer: 05/26/2013
- Russell J. Matthews (age 17)
Mercury is completely diamagnetic at 4K. It forms a conventional type-I superconductor at about 4.2K, and that completely excludes all magnetic fields except for in a thin surface penetration layer.
Mike W. (posted without checking until Lee returns)
(published on 05/26/2013)