A super-conductor is a material which offers no DC resistance and satisfies the equation B=-me/ne^2dxJ where n is the number of conduction electrons per unit volume, B is the magnetic field and J is the current density. Using Maxwell's equations, show that the equation for a superconductor leads to the relation d2B=n0ne^2B/meSolution: |

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