NewsNano-mapping phase transitions in electronic
materials

10th March 2021by admin0
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Phase transitions are a central phenomenon in physical
sciences. Despite being technical-sounding, they are actually
something we all experience in everyday life: ice melting into
liquid water, or hot water evaporating as steam. Solid, liquid, and
gas are three well known “phases” and, when one turns into another,
that is a phase transition.

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