The 'electronic Griffiths phase' in solid-state physical systems

Most theories of solid state and soft matter physics were developed independently; thus, a few physical concepts are applicable to both. Recent research, however, particularly a study by Elbio Dagotto, found that correlated electrons in solid-state physical systems can sometimes present a spatially inhomogeneous phase accompanied by extraordinarily slow electron dynamics, which resembles a phase observed in soft-matter systems.

The 'electronic Griffiths phase' in solid-state physical systems

Most theories of solid state and soft matter physics were developed independently; thus, a few physical concepts are applicable to both. Recent research, however, particularly a study by Elbio ...

Fri 14 Feb 20 from Phys.org

Studying electrons, bridging two realms of physics: Connecting solids and soft matter

Condensed matter physics, which analyzes the behavior of electrons in organized solid matter, has been treated as a completely separate field of study from soft matter physics, which deals with ...

Thu 13 Feb 20 from ScienceDaily

Studying electrons, bridging two realms of physics: connecting solids and soft matter, Thu 13 Feb 20 from Eurekalert

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