The possibility to achieve the room temperatures superconductivity has been argued for decades in the superconductivity research field. Because the real mechanism of superconductivity has never been revealed, so the estimates about the upper bound on the superconducting transition temperature are all empirical. Based on the superconductivity mechanism proposed in this paper, clearly, the room temperatures superconductivity must lie in the materials in which the three criteria for superconductivity have to be optimally satisfied. For the time being, we cannot predict what the upper bound of the superconducting transition temperature should be, but we assert that it is definitely higher than the room temperatures. We believe that the dream to achieve the room temperatures superconductivity will come true in the near future.
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