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(a) Compute the maximum current that a 16-gauge(1.29-mm diameter) niobium wire can carry

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Problem 53

(a) Compute the maximum current that a 16-gauge(1.29-mm diameter) niobium wire can carry at T 4.2 K. (b) Compare your result in (a) with the copperwire of the same diameter described in 52.

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(a) Compute the maximum current that a 16-gauge(1.29-mm diameter) niobium wire can carry