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Journal Club: First observation of ‘superballistic’ electrons, flowing like a viscous fluid in graphene

Taking advantage of graphene’s special properties, physicists have experimentally observed a stream of record-breaking electrons that move with a conductance exceeding the limit theorists established decades ago. The researchers reported their findings recently in Nature Physics. For more than half … Continue reading

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