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Nanowire Experiment Boosts Confidence in Majorana Sighting

News   Apr 04, 2018 | Original Story by Chris Cesare for the University of Maryland.

 
Nanowire Experiment Boosts Confidence in Majorana Sighting

A device that physicists used to spot the clearest signal yet of Majorana particles. The gray wire in the middle is the nanowire, and the green area is a strip of superconducting aluminum. Credit: Hao Zhang/QuTech.

 
 
 

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