Studying Electrons, Bridging Two Realms of Physics: Connecting Solids and Soft Matter

Temperature-pressure-randomness phase diagram of a Mott transition system, as proposed in this study.
Temperature-pressure-randomness phase diagram of a Mott transition system, as proposed in this study. In the electronic Griffiths phase, the electrons in the solid material behave like the particles of soft matter

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