Infinite conductivity and perfect diamagnetism in type-I superconductors
A calculation of the paramagnetic current suggests how infinite conductivity can lead to perfect diamagnetism in soft superconductors in a stationary state.
KeywordsField Theory Elementary Particle Quantum Field Theory Stationary State Infinite Conductivity
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