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Superconducting magnets use less power but tap out at a lower field strength.
Almost all the major developments have used things like ions, rings of superconducting current, or defects in crystals.
Physicists have entangled particles such as electrons and photons, as well as larger objects such as superconducting electric circuits.
Clarke notes that makers of MRI machines, which require liquid helium to make their magnets cold enough to superconduct, also recover helium when old machines are decommissioned.
Superconducting magnets surrounding the pipe generate a field 70,000 times as strong as Earth's.
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