In what temperatures is the superconductivity observed?

very low
very high
in every temperature
it depends on the material used
Su­per­con­duc­tiv­i­ty is a phe­nom­e­non of exactly zero elec­tri­cal re­sis­tance and ex­pul­sion of magnetic fields, which occur in certain ma­te­ri­als when cooled below a char­ac­ter­is­tic critical tem­per­a­ture. This quantum phe­nom­e­non is im­pos­si­ble to be ex­plained by the clas­si­cal physics.

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very low
very high
in every temperature
it depends on the material used
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flagDenmark
86%
0%
6%
6%
15
flagFrance
63%
9%
9%
18%
11
flagAustralia
60%
0%
30%
10%
10
flagGermany
58%
4%
7%
29%
65
flagthe United Kingdom
53%
10%
5%
30%
126
flagthe United States
52%
18%
3%
25%
119
flagIndia
52%
16%
3%
25%
59
flagRepublic of Ireland
50%
16%
8%
25%
12
flagPoland
46%
14%
5%
33%
3865
flagUnknown
34%
22%
6%
36%
44

Gender

men45%
women28%
very low
45%
28%
very high
14%
17%
in every temperature
4%
7%
it depends on the material used
35%
46%

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