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April 8, 1911, The Coldest Day…

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2776

Duration

00:10:00

Production year

2011

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16/9
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Sound

Director(s)

Alain MONCLIN

Summary

Dirk Van Delft, director of the “Museum Boerhaave” of Leiden (Netherlands) tells how superconductivity was discovered in Heike kamerling Onnes ' Cryogenics laboratory. He contributes useful details about this historic day, and re establishes the truth about the team that observed this phenomenon.
This film is a bonus accompanying “100% conductive : Superconductors”.

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