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Did you say Helium ? More than 100 years ago, K. Onnes pioneered Helium liquefaction and discovered a couple of years later superconductivity!
How disorder can localize fermions and bosons in interaction?

How disorder can localize fermions and bosons in interaction?

The fundamental issue of the localization of a matter wave in a one dimensional disordered potential.

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How the temperature induce magnetic fluctuations in cobalt nanoparticles ?

How the temperature induce magnetic fluctuations in cobalt nanoparticles ?

Magnetic nanoparticles are attracting a great interest due to their potential application.

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Magnetic particles line up

Magnetic particles line up

Controlling at the same time the position and the orientation of the particles in a precise and reproducible way.

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Calcium oxalate stones developed from a carbapatite Randall's plaques

Calcium oxalate stones developed from a carbapatite Randall’s plaques

Typical heterogeneous nucleation is commonly observed in the case of calcium oxalate stones.

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How do soap films form?

How do soap films form?

Soap films can be found all around us.

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New types of electronic orderings detected in cobaltates

New types of electronic orderings detected in cobaltates

How electrons may move in triangular planes of cobalt?

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When looking at their electronic structure, the phase diagram of strongly correlated materials shows unexpected properties
Tunable Spin Coherence at the LaAlO3/SrTiO3 Interface

Tunable Spin Coherence at the LaAlO3/SrTiO3 Interface

One of the main technological challenges that the condensed matter physics community...

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Electronic transport in monolayer and bilayer graphene: physics of zero mass versus non-zero mass electrons

Electronic transport in monolayer and bilayer graphene: physics of zero mass versus non-zero mass electrons

Graphene is a single, one atom thick layer of carbon atoms, extracted from graphite.

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