Robust Computational Model for New State of Matter – Strange Metals

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Using cutting-edge computational techniques, researchers from the Flatiron Institute in New York City and Cornell University have solved the first robust theoretical model of strange metals. The work reveals that strange metals are a new state of matter. Strange metals share remarkable properties with black holes, opening exciting new directions for theoretical physics. In a…

Robust Computational Model for New State of Matter – Strange Metals
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Using cutting-edge computational techniques, researchers from the Flatiron Institute in New York City and Cornell University have solved the first robust theoretical model of strange metals. The work reveals that strange metals are a new state of matter. Strange metals share remarkable properties with black holes, opening exciting new directions for theoretical physics. In a strange metal, electrical conductivity is linked directly to temperature and to two fundamental constants of the universe: Planck’s constant and Boltzmann’s constant. Strange metals are also known as Planckian metals. Models of strange metals have existed for decades, but accurately solving such models proved out
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