Quantum mechanics has always boggled the minds of many but today quantum levitation makes it a bit easier to visual what it actually is. Recent experiments have led to results that will perhaps breakthrough into our everyday lives.
The way it works is that the magnetic field penetrates into the superconductor in the form of discrete flux tubes. The superconductor strongly pins these tubes, causing it to float in midair. This effect is called ‘quantum levitation’.
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