A superconductor is a material that can conduct electricity with no resistance. So, no energy of any form (heat, sound, kinetic, etc.) would be released from the material once it reaches its critical temperature (Tc).
This particular superconductor we use in our rings is comprised of a matrix of titanium-niobium wire embedded in copper. When we cut the stock at a 40 degree angle, we get this unique effect with the wire appearing to stretch in some areas of the ring. Explore our collection to see what all we can do with superconductor!