Interplay between magnetism and superconductivity near the pressure induced Mott transition in the Cs3C60 compound

2D phase transitions infect viruses

New edge states discovered in photonic graphene

How does whipped cream destabilise?

Do water-proof pens really resist to water?

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Interplay between magnetism and superconductivity near the pressure induced Mott transition in the Cs3C60 compound

1 April 2018

Interplay between magnetism and superconductivity near the pressure induced Mott transition in the Cs3C60 compound

Unconventional superconductivity (SC) is generally claimed for materials which display a phase diagram where SC is proximate to a magnetic phase. This is clearly the case for the High Tc cuprates (...)

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2D phase transitions infect viruses

14 February 2018

2D phase transitions infect viruses

Researchers from the Laboratoire de Physique des Solides, the Institut de Chimie des Substances Naturelles and the Université François Rabelais have found a way to describe the thermal disassembly (...)

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New edge states discovered in photonic graphene

5 February 2018

New edge states discovered in photonic graphene

An artificial graphene reveals new undiscovered properties.
Following the discovery of graphene and its remarkable electronic properties, a new field of research, that of “artificial graphenes”, (...)

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How does whipped cream destabilise?

28 January 2018

How does whipped cream destabilise?

Whipped cream and foamed bitumen are both examples of foamed emulsions. They are unstable, as both foam and emulsion evolve in time. A group of researchers from the LPS has characterised the (...)

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Do water-proof pens really resist to water?

28 January 2018

Do water-proof pens really resist to water?

Physicists have experimentally demonstrated that it is possible to remove the mark of a water-proof marker... with water!
Many advances in water-resistant materials have been made in recent (...)

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