Experimental Data
1. Conductivity measurements show that the dc conductivity at room temperature is above 1011 S/cm, and above 1024 S/cm at 4.2oK. The data accuracy is limited only by the resolution of the measuring devices.    
(the conductivity of metals at room temperature does not exceed 106 S/cm)

2. Critical current measurements show that dc current density at room temperature is around 6.4 x109 A/cm2 (wires with a diameter of 1-2 microns can carry up to 70--100 Amp). 

3. Critical current measurements exhibit an instantaneous transition to high resistivity at critical current.

4. Tunnelling measurements show that at room temperature the tunnelling gap is around 250 meV. By using the relation between the energy gap ∆ and critical temperature Tc for copper oxides - high-temperature superconductors, 2 = 6kBTc, the energy gap of 250 meV corresponds to Tc of 970oK (700oC).

The critical temperature of the polymers cannot be measured directly because it is too high - polymers start to decay above 450oC.

5Resistivity measurements performed on a polymer film sandwiched between tin electrodes show that below the critical temperature of tin (Tc = 3.6oK), the sandwich is completely superconducting.

6. Conductivity measurements in magnetic field show that at room temperature the dc conductivity is not affected by magnetic field up to 9 Tesla (maximum magnitude available during the measurements).

7. Magnetic measurements show that at room temperature the wires with a diameter of 1-2 microns  exhibit large diamagnetism. To observe the 'clean' Meissner effect on wires with a diameter of 1-2 microns is a challenge.

8. Thermal conductivity measurements show the violation of the Wiedemann-Franz law by six orders of magnitude.

9. Thermoelectric measurements show that the Seebeck coefficient measured between 87oK and 233oK is zero.



Such a combination of physical properties is known ONLY for superconductors
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