Alloy behaves strangely while traversing potential 'spin liquid' state
Researchers' work opens the door to creating materials where one can turn on and off properties in a trillionth of a second with the flick of a switch, now with much better control
Recent work could lead to development of supersensitive and energy-efficient sensors, detectors, and logical switches for science and communication, memory storage, and other emergent technologies
Theoretical description supported by mathematical calculations provides a roadmap that could lead to discovery of a 'chiral spin liquid'
Until now, all previous experiments have indicated that lithium’s atoms had a complex arrangement
The novel research enhances the understanding of basic phenomena that occur in nano-sized systems close to absolute zero temperature
New observations confirm an 80-year-old quantum theory
Berkeley Lab scientists directly probe a narrow band where solid and liquid meet, known as the ‘electrochemical double layer’
A Purdue University-led team of researchers observed electrons transition from a topologically ordered phase to a broken symmetry phase
SLAC study shows “pseudogap” phase hoards electrons that might otherwise conduct electricity with 100 percent efficiency.