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TWISTED BILAYER GRAPHENE

Encounter with a stranger metal

Low-temperature measurements on twisted bilayer graphene show that the exotic ‘strange metal’ state is almost certainly caused by interactions between electrons.

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Fig. 1: Strange metal behaviour.

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Stauber, T., González, J. Encounter with a stranger metal. Nat. Phys. 18, 619–620 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41567-022-01573-4

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