The impossible one-way superconductor is discovered

Until now, one-way superconductivity without magnetic fields was thought to be impossible since its discovery in 1911.

Discovered in Nature, the 2D quantum material allows for superconducting computing.

They can make electronics hundreds of times faster while wasting no energy.

He added, "The superconductor could usher in a new era of semiconductors."

Many scientists, including Nobel laureates, have puzzled over the nature of superconductivity, discovered in 1911 by Dutch physicist Kamerlingh Onnes.

In superconductors, a current flows through a wire with no resistance, making it difficult to inhibit or even stop it from flowing in one direction.

It's like inventing a special type of ice that gives you zero friction one way but insurmountable friction the other.

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