QC0100: Dr. John G. Williamson: High Temperature Superconductors, QA&D

This is the QA&D session following Dr. John G. Williamson’s presentation (QC0099) describing the relativistic quantum mechanics of collective systems in the new paradigm: Atoms, high-temperature superconductors and the quantum fluid in the solid state. Thinking within the new relativistic quantum theory allows a hitherto unavailable physical insight into the inner workings of “elementary” particles, both alone and in combination with each other. Among other things the talk will discuss the paired di-electron boson in high-temperature superconductors, the quasiparticle electron involved in quantum transport, and the synergy of electrons, protons and neutrons in atoms.

Recorded: GMT20200726

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