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Why are certain emulsions and foams more stable than others ?
A team of the LPS has shown the relationship between foam and emulsions stability and surface viscoelasticity.
The capillary bridge: a powerful test to characterize low-energy surfaces
One of the outstanding issues of modern materials science involves the development of antiadhesive coatings...
Phase dynamics of Josephson junctions Josephson
Phase dynamics of Josephson juctions studied by a team of the LPS.
Toroidal DNA in capsids
Toroidal DNA observed by electronic microscopy at the Laboratoire de Physique des solides.
In a correlated metal, quasiparticles are not superficial at all.
In strongly correlated systems, the effects of the surface on the electronic structure can be more pronounced with respect to conventional materials.
Order by disorder in spin ladders
The magnetism found in magnets comes from the way the tiny magnets called spins carried by electrons order together.
Multiferroic compounds used to produce smaller and cheaper digital memories
Is it possible to make even more compact digital memories for portable
electronic devices and which consume even less energy?
Direct visualization of exotic electron crystals in graphene
In conventional solids, atoms or molecules "freeze" at well defined positions...
Perturbing nano-junctions with microwaves reveals their character
The most remarkable property of superconductors is their ability to carry electrical current...
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