Strange metals are even weirder than scientists thought

A new insight could help researchers better understand high-temperature superconductors


MAGNETIC PERSONALITY  Scientists used a powerful magnet (shown) to reveal the odd behavior of strange metals in strong magnetic fields.

Dave Barfield/National MagLab

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