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Milestone-Proposal:High Temperature Superconductivity
Milestone Buildings Exist yes
Milestone Plaque Mounting Details The plaque will be mounted on a wall in the ground floor entrance hall
Milestone Present Site Owner The University of Houston
Milestone Site Access Details The intended plaque site is on the Univers The intended plaque site is on the University of Houston campus, which is protected by the UH Department of Public Safety (Police Department, Security Services, and Fire Marshal). The building in which the plaque will be installed is locked during non-business hours. The intended plaque site is accessible to the public during University business hours, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday - Friday, excluding University holidays. Visitors will not need to go through security, make an appointment, or contact anyone in order to visit the plaque during business hours. to visit the plaque during business hours.
Milestone Site Description The YBCO compound was first synthesized and tested for superconductivity in this building.
Milestone Site Owner Approval Yes  +
Milestone proposal submitted false  +
Proposed Milestone IEEE Section Region 5 Houston Section  +
Proposed Milestone Location Science and Research Building 1, University of Houston Closest street address: 3577 Cullen Blvd., Houston TX 77004 GPS coordinates: +29° 43' 21.9318", -95° 20' 42.4968"
Proposed Milestone Name High-Temperature Superconductivity, 1987  +
Proposed Milestone Plaque Citation High-Temperature Superconductivity, 1987 High-Temperature Superconductivity, 1987 On this site in 1987, yttrium-barium-copper-oxide, YBa2Cu3O7, the first material to exhibit superconductivity at temperatures above the boiling point of liquid nitrogen (77k), was discovered. This ushered in an era of accelerated superconductor materials science and engineering research worldwide, and led to advanced applications of superconductivity in energy, medicine, communications, and transportation. icine, communications, and transportation.
Proposed Milestone Year 1987  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 14 October 2013 13:12:10  +
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