Posts tagged with: Kagome Lattice

NUST MISIS and MSU Scientists Synthesize New Spin Liquid Candidate

Russian scientists have synthesized a new material that exhibits the properties of spin liquid, an extremely rare phase of matter that arises in frustrated quantum magnets at low temperatures. Such...

NSF Quantum Foundry Developing Quantum-Information Based Technologies

Since receiving a $25 million grant in 2019 to become the first National Science Foundation (NSF) Quantum Foundry, UC Santa Barbara researchers affiliated with the foundry have been working to...

Princeton Team Discovers Unexpected Quantum Behavior in Kagome Lattice

An international team led by researchers at Princeton University has uncovered a new pattern of ordering of electric charge in a novel superconducting material. The researchers discovered the new type of...

Superconductivity from Kagome Lattice; ‘Flat Band’ Electrons

Superconductivity from Kagome Lattice; ‘Flat Band’ Electrons.  Princeton University scientists, using the latest in scanning tunneling microscopy and spectroscopy (STM/S) to study electron behaviors in kagome latticed crystal, showed that...

Kagome Lattice ~ Quantum Circuitry

Kagome Lattice ~ Quantum Circuitry Looking like a kagome lattice, iron and tin atoms arranged in the triangular structure in the below image reveal quantum-like properties. As electrical current flows...