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Cool vibes

Ultracold plasmas blur the classical boundaries between the different states of matter. Newly observed electron-density waves could become useful probes of how electrons behave in this exotic regime.

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Figure 1: All wave together.

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Killian, T. Cool vibes. Nature 441, 297–298 (2006). https://doi.org/10.1038/441297a

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