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Condensed Matter Physics

electron flow in quantum system
14.02.2019

A Weizmann lab gets particles to move against the direction of an electric current

Heat release in graphene. Zeldov lab
04.01.2018

Ultra-precise measurement of the energy released by electrons in graphene reveal a new atomic scale heating mechanism 

The hourglass like energy-momentum relation in a Weyl material
04.09.2017

In Dr. Binghai Yan’s research, novel materials pave the way to new discoveries in physics

thermal equilibrium in coffee
03.03.2016

Weizmann Institute scientists suggest a way around the mixing of information in a quantum system

An electron interferometer: Pairing of electrons takes place in the path denoted by the broken red line
23.02.2015

A puzzling phenomenon is seen for the first time outside of superconductivity

(l-r) Dr. Vladimir Umansky, Prof. Israel Bar-Joseph and Dr. Michael Stern
07.01.2014

How can a hole become an atom-like particle that “flows”?

Beneath the Surface
01.01.2014

Surprises awaited physicists probing the “filling” of a unique “sandwich”

Super SQUID
25.11.2013

A measuring device for superconductors breaks world records
 

3-D rendering of real measured data of conductance through novel nanotube electronic devices
08.10.2013

The attempt to create a crystal made of electrons led Dr. Shahal Ilani and his team to an advance in nanotube production

 from the Neil Simon movie "The Odd Couple"
17.09.2013

What makes a material turn from superconductor to superinsulator?

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