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Tungsten-ditelluride cleaves easily into atomically thin layers, but its electrons conduct almost isotropically, suggesting a rare case of good charge conduction across weak mechanical bonds.
Rubidium atoms in an optical trap have been made to exhibit negative differential conductance, a phenomenon normally found in semiconductor diodes.
The Dark Energy Survey has generated a map of invisible dark matter by observing tiny gravitationally induced distortions in the images of distant galaxies.
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