Will we find a superconductor working at temperature above -100 °C at room pressure?
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As of 2024 the highest temperature at which we have observed superconductivity at room pressure is around -140 °C. The group of materials exhibiting superconductivity at these temperatures was discovered in the late 80s and early 90s.

Other superconductors are known at much higher temperatures, but all of them require very high pressure to exhibit superconductivity.

In the foreseeable future, will we find any new superconductors working at temperatures above -100 °C? The market will resolve to YES, as soon as such discovery is published, reproduced by independent lab and mentioned on https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High-temperature_superconductivity as confirmed.

Until then answers will be resolved as NO as soon as the respective period is over without the discovery.

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