I want to throw out some different applications that we use every day such as high-speed computer chips, radio frequency amplifiers, magnetic resonance, and wireless transmitting antennas just to name a few. Superconductors are used for all these applications and are very important in everyday life. A superconductor is defined as a substance that offers no resistance to the electric current when it becomes colder than a critical temperature. Studies show that the temperatures need to be between absolute zero and 10 Kelvin for materials to act as a semiconductor. In the medical field, the superconducting magnet is said to be the most expensive component of an MRI system. I looked at this discussion when it was assigned, and I didn’t understand the concept of superconductivity, but as I read and continue to understand it more, I really I’m really excited to learn more about it.