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Somewhere it is written that superconductors have negative coefficint of resisitivity so, at absolute temperature it behaves like an insulator. But according to the concept of superconductivity below the critical temperature, superconductors have zero resistivity or in other words high conductivity. How can both these statemnts can be true?

Somewhere it is written that superconductors have negative coefficint of resisitivity so, at absolute temperature it behaves like an insulator.
But according to the concept of superconductivity below the critical temperature, superconductors have zero resistivity or in other words high conductivity.
How can both these statemnts can be true?

Grade:12th pass

2 Answers

Sourabh Singh IIT Patna
askIITians Faculty 2104 Points
5 years ago
Hii
Could you please specify the Source from where you have gathered this info. Then I will be able to find out the stuff for you.



Best of luck
Aakansha
10 Points
5 years ago
effect of temperature on semiconductor :- 
electronicspost.com › Semiconductor Diode
superconductivity :-
hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/solids/scond.html

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