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Element

Superconducting Critical Magnetic Field at Absolute Zero

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Aluminum

 105×10-4 T    

Cadmium

  30×10-4 T    

Gallium

  51×10-4 T    

Indium

 293×10-4 T    

Iridium

  19×10-4 T    

Lanthanum

β-lanthanum

1100×10-4 T    

Lead

 803×10-4 T    

Mercury

α-mercury

 412×10-4 T    

Molybdenum

  95×10-4 T    

Niobium

1980×10-4 T    

Osmium

  65×10-4 T    

Rhenium

 198×10-4 T    

Rhodium

   0.049×10-4 T

Ruthenium

  70×10-4 T    

Tantalum

 830×10-4 T    

Technetium

1410×10-4 T    

Thallium

 171×10-4 T    

Thorium

   1.62×10-4 T 

Tin

white tin

 309×10-4 T    

Titanium

 100×10-4 T    

Tungsten

   1.07×10-4 T 

Vanadium

1420×10-4 T    

Zinc

  53×10-4 T    

Zirconium

  47×10-4 T    

Reference    (Click the button next to a value above to see complete citation information for that entry)

Kittel, Charles. Introduction to Solid State Physics, 8th edition. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc, 2005.