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Unlocking the Secrets of Metal-Insulator Transitions

News   Nov 09, 2018 | Original Story from Brookhaven National Laboratory.

 
Unlocking the Secrets of Metal-Insulator Transitions

Professor Roopali Kukreja from the University of California in Davis and the CSX team Wen Hu, Claudio Mazzoli, and Andi Barbour prepare the beamline for the next set of experiments. Credit: Brookhaven National Laboratory.

 
 
 

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