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By Mario Rabinowitz


The residual power loss in rf superconducting cavities has not been well understood. Various power loss sources are considered and their dependence on frequency and temperature are compared with experimental results D One power loss mechanism stands out as the most likely source of the residual power loss, It has been observed that a residual power loss exists in rf superconducting resonant cavities at very low temperatures, contrary to theoretical expectations 192 which predict that for angular frequencies, w, below the quantum region, the power loss should vanish as the temperature, T, approaches 0 K. The good agreement between these theories and experiment at higher reduced temperatures suggests that they are valid, and that the discrepancy lies in the presence of a very low

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