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Scientists find static 'stripes' of electrical charge in copper-oxide superconductor

(DOE/Brookhaven National Laboratory) Understanding the electronic ordering in copper-oxide superconductors could help scientists find the 'recipe' for raising the temperature at which current can flow through these materials without energy loss.
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