Quantum physics is more than just experiments with particle accelerators worth several million euros or strange phenomena in space. Applications based on quantum physics
Using complementary computation and neutron scattering techniques, researchers at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratories and the University of
Members of the CEST group published a new theoretical and computational study that demonstrated the potential of a new method for understanding chemical reactions.
Few terms are more ubiquitous in science these days than “quantum”. Technologies based on the notoriously tricky laws of quantum mechanics promise to make
Scientists at Oak Ridge National Laboratory have shown that an electron microscope can be used to selectively remove carbon atoms from the atomically thin
Diamonds have been admired for their beauty, but they can have an even more practical application. A team of theoretical physicists led by the
In a twist corresponding to the strange nature of quantum mechanics, physicists have discovered the Hall effect – a characteristic change in the way
A Russian physicist and his international colleagues examined a quantum point contact (QCP) between two conductors with external oscillation fields applied to the contact.
A multi-institutional team was the first to generate accurate results from material science simulations on a quantum computer that can be verified using neutron
Scientists from MIPT, Moscow Pedagogical State University and the University of Manchester have developed a highly sensitive terahertz detector based on the effect of