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Of course it would work at room temperature if it works at 100-400C.

Lol, what type of logic is that?
    
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100C is easier to achieve than -100.
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Lol, what type of logic is that?

Flawed.

There's only ~80*C in difference but that doesn't mean it would still work.
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Lol, what type of logic is that?

Because the achievement ladder for superconductivity started at near absolute zero, -273C (0K) and the ladder is towards achieving superconductivities at warmer temperatures.
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Lol, what type of logic is that?

Flawed.

There's only ~80*C in difference but that doesn't mean it would still work.
But 100C is easier to achieve than -100, amirite?
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But 100C is easier to achieve than -100, amirite?

Much easier.

It's very easy to add heat. It is very difficult to remove heat.
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But 100C is easier to achieve than -100, amirite?

Let me quote my own earlier post:
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I think they are using room temperature to mean the ballpark around room temperature as opposed to the usual extremely cold temperatures required, i.e. relative to the usual temperature required, these new findings are around room temperature.
But regardless it doesn't matter if it's operating temperature is a few hundred degrees, it's far easier to maintain a temperature of 100*C+ than it is to maintain a temperature of -100*C.
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Do you think it's related to the state of water? Maybe just total coincidence it's gas above 100C and liquid below, that's even only if the samples are at room pressure. If you need to contain water within the particles at over 100C then it's a bit more of a complex/expensive solution than a bit of copper wire.
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Do you think it's related to the state of water? Maybe just total coincidence it's gas above 100C and liquid below, that's even only if the samples are at room pressure. If you need to contain water within the particles at over 100C then it's a bit more of a complex/expensive solution than a bit of copper wire.

But it's a solid material, I'm not sure it's that straightforward.
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