In this short review some recent developments in superconductivity related high throughput techniques are summarized revealing the mechanisms of high temperature superconductivity and discovering new and unconventional superconductors have always been important topics in condensed matter physics as materials under study become more and more complex the advantages of a high throughput methodology become more pronounced although these advantages have proven to be significant . However after the discovery of superconductivity in the heavy fermion cecu2si2 in 1979 and in the organic compound tmtsf2pf6 under pressure in 1980 the superconductivity observed in strongly correlated electron systems became a very attractive area of research in condensed matter physics we expected a new era of superconductivity at that time in 1986 the cuprate superconductivity was discovered with superconducting transition. Another aspect that is strongly represented in contemporary research on superconductivity is how that state emerges from situations where interactions between electrons are important the recent. Chapter vi recent developments in superconductivity there is evidence for a gap in the excitation spectra and other phenomena suggestive of superconductivity there is a direct analogy between the meissner effect and the fact that the moment of inertia of a rotating nucleus is considerably less than the rigid body value this chapter also describes the possibility of super fluid behavior
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