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Around 200 molecules were turned into a quantum state of matter

Will Lab, Columbia University

A quantum state of matter has been made for the first time using “dipolar” molecules – molecules that have a positively charged end and a negatively charged end. It could help enhance our understanding of the quantum properties of exotic materials.

Historically, to understand the inner workings of a material, researchers might probe its atomic structure. But the complexity of those structures can make it difficult to figure out how the atoms interact and how the material behaves as a whole.…

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