# Magnetic field produced by a finite conductive wire vs. superconducting wire

As I learn more about the amazing properties and possibilities of superconductors, I wanted to understand and briefly compare the differences of when a copper wire of finite length($L_f$) creates a magnetic field($B_w$) to a superconductor.

1) Does the Biot-Savart Law apply equally to both? Or would the formula change for a superconductor? In calculating the magnitude of $B_w$ at any point away from the conductor.

2) The distribution of the magnetic field($B_w$) produced by a copper conductor would somewhat look like this:

There is a magnetic field also within the wire, in contrast, a superconductor would expel $B_w$ within, would the result be a stronger/denser field lines at certain regions?

3) Would Type I and Type II superconductors greatly differ with respect to the two questions above?