Subject: Is the persistent direct current in a superconductor a form of perpetual mo
Date: Fri Oct 20 10:28:03 2000
Posted by Howard Sobers, Jr.
Grade level: undergrad
School: City College of New York
City: Far Rockaway State/Province: NY
Area of science: Physics
I would like to know if the flow of direct current in a superconductor is
a form of perpetual motion? Since,the current will flow inside of the
superconducting wire "forever", isn't that a form of perpetual motion?
Re: Is the persistent direct current in a superconductor a form of perpetual mo
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