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  • 3461 Focus: Emitting Photons Is One Way to Be Cool
    DOI: 10.1103/Physics.13.22, Author(s): Michael SchirberA device described in a new proposal would cool an object by causing it to radiate extra heat.[Physics 13, 22] Published Fri Feb 21, 2020 [Michael Schirber]
  • 3460 Synopsis: Improving Models of How Supercapacitors Charge
    A new model more accurately predicts the charging time of real supercapacitors by better accounting for the structure of the device’s porous electrodes.[Physics] Published Thu Feb 20, 2020 [anonymous]
  • 3459 Feature: In Hot Pursuit of 21st Century Cooling
    DOI: 10.1103/Physics.13.21, Caloric materials could potentially replace conventional cooling systems with planet-friendly technology, but making them cheap and practical is a major challenge.[Physics 13, 21] Published Thu Feb 20, 2020 [anonymous]
  • 3458 Synopsis: Hybridized Photons Feel Electric Fields
    Combining photons with electronic excitations creates a new kind of quasiparticle that can be manipulated with electric or magnetic fields.[Physics] Published Wed Feb 19, 2020 [anonymous]
  • 3457 Synopsis: New Physics Possibilities from Kaon Decay
    Previously unpredicted particles or a new type of particle interaction could explain the unexpected rare kaon decay events reported by the KOTO experiment in Japan.[Physics] Published Wed Feb 19, 2020 [anonymous]
  • 3456 Synopsis: Watching Three Atoms Collide
    Using optical tweezers, researchers bring together three atoms in a controlled manner, allowing them to observe three-body collisions.[Physics] Published Tue Feb 18, 2020 [anonymous]
  • 3455 Viewpoint: Graphene Reveals Its Strange Side
    DOI: 10.1103/Physics.13.20, Author(s): Subir SachdevExperiments on magic-angle graphene reveal a “strange metal” phase and transport behavior consistent with so-called Planckian dissipation.[Physics 13, 20] Published Tue Feb 18, 2020 [Subir Sachdev]
  • 3454 Synopsis: “Breathing” Explains Light-Induced Darkening
    New experiments identify the movement of oxygen atoms as the origin of light-induced color changes in the material yttrium oxyhydride.[Physics] Published Fri Feb 14, 2020 [anonymous]
  • 3453 Focus: Video—Stretching Fingers on a Puddle’s Edge
    DOI: 10.1103/Physics.13.19, Author(s): David EhrensteinA spreading drop containing a mixture of two liquids breaks into fingers or spherical droplets, depending on the fluids.[Physics 13, 19] Published Fri Feb 14, 2020 [David Ehrenstein]
  • 3452 Synopsis: Excited by Shaped Electrons
    Electrons with a modulated wave function might enable improvements in electron microscopy and quantum computing.[Physics] Published Thu Feb 13, 2020 [anonymous]