Physics Condensed_Matter/Phase_Transitions

  • Ames Laboratory: Novel Materials and Ground States - Information and photos about the research group led by Dr. P. C. Canfield. The group is mostly dedicated to the design, growth and characterization of novel electronic and magnetic compounds and the study of their physical properties.
  • Antwerpen University: Bose-Einstein condensation - Presentation of the theoretical research on Bose-Einstein condensation at the TFVS lab at Antwerpen University. It includes a list of on-line reprints and an educational text (with animations) on vortices in condensates.
  • Bose-Einstein Condensates - An easy-to-read introduction to this unusual state of matter.
  • Bose-Einstein Condensation Page - Devoted to tracking developments in the field of cold-atom gaseous Bose-Einstein Condensation and related subjects.
  • Florida State University: National High Magnetic Field Laboratory - The NHMFL develops and operates high magnetic field facilities that scientists use for research in physics, biology, bioengineering, chemistry, geochemistry, biochemistry, materials science, and engineering.
  • Is Glass Liquid or Solid? - A short article from Usenet physics FAQ.
  • JILA: Bose-Einstein Condensation - Information about Bose-Einstein Condensation. Includes educational material on BEC and information on current research and publications.
  • Maryland Center for Superconductivity Research - The center conducts interdisciplinary research in the fields of superconductivity, magnetism, ferroelectricity, quantum computation, the synthesis of advanced electronic materials, and the development of scanning probe microscopy.
  • Materials Science Institute of Madrid: Low Temperature Physics - Activities in Higher Education and Research in low temperature physics. Included are resources used in teaching, many recent publications, some talks and videos of experiments at low temperatures.
  • Quantum Phase Transitions - Introduction to the subject and outline of a book by Subir Sachdev.
  • Rice University: Atomcool - Investigation of atoms at temperatures approaching absolute zero. At these low temperatures, atoms start to behave less like particles and more like waves, according to the laws of quantum mechanics.
  • Superconductor Information for the Beginner - Informative and well illustrated pages for a global view of superconductor field.
  • University of Colorado, Boulder: AMO Theory Group - Includes information on the group members, a list of publications and related links.

    What is the electron spin?
    Electron spin is the electron's electromagnetic field angular momentum

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