Commercialization of Room-Temperature Ambient-Pressure Superconductor can Bring a Revolutionary Change in Consumer Electronics, States an Analyst

Reports are now revealing a breakthrough achievement regarding the successful discovery of a room-temperature ambient-pressure superconductor by Korean scientists and, while this has not yet been confirmed to be true, Ming-Chi Kuo, a market analyst widely referred to as one of the best Apple analysts, has stated that the incorporation of this into consumer electronics devices will bring a revolutionary change in product design, even if the commercialization of room-temperature, ambient pressure superconductor is not expected soon.

Here’s more about it.

Room-Temperature Ambient-Pressure Superconductor

For the past week, the world has been discussing what could be a breakthrough achievement and this is regarding none other than the discovery of LK99, a lead-based compound discovered by a few Korean scientists and which has been claimed to be a room-temperature, ambient-pressure superconductor.

So what’s the big deal? Well, a superconductor can be used to conduct electricity much faster without any resistance and without the loss of energy and, this can be used effectively for many applications. But the biggest drawback is that most and almost all of the known superconductors available require very low temperatures and extremely high pressure than normal in order to work properly. This makes the task of incorporating superconductors a very costly process. This is where the discovery of LK99 becomes significant.

What we have now are two research papers pointing to the discovery and the synthesis of the material, however many other scientists and critics have found certain discrepancies and issues with the two papers, including the reason why the names of six scientists have been mentioned in the second paper from the two mentioned on the first paper when the Noble prize that can be expected for the discovery can only be shared among three people.

Following this, Ming-Chi Kua, a market analyst and a known Apple analyst has come forward to share his views on the possible change a room-temperature, ambient-pressure superconductor can bring to the world of consumer electronics manufacturing. He mentions that with the help of such superconductors, computer and consumer electronics manufacturers will be able to make products with high-speed computing and transmission. Thanks to the disappearance of electrical resistance, manufacturers won’t have to use cooling systems, can replace optical fiber/high-end CCL and can even lower the entry barrier of advanced nodes. The revolutionary change which can thus be achieved in product design can in turn make a mobile device have computing power similar to a quantum computer itself.

It is also to be noted that the commercialization of room-temperature ambient-pressure superconductors are very far away in the future and we’ll have to wait for quite sometime to see these changes that can be achieved in the product design of consumer electronics.

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