Condensed-matter physics: Catching relativistic electrons
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CitationZhu, Zhihuai, and Jennifer E. Hoffman. 2014. “Condensed-Matter Physics: Catching Relativistic Electrons.” Nature 513 (7518) (September 17): 319–320. doi:10.1038/513319a.
AbstractLow-energy electrons have been found to mimic relativistic high-energy particles in cadmium arsenide. This defines the first stable '3D Dirac semimetal', which holds promise for fundamental-physics exploration and practical applications.
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