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Rensselaer researchers predict the electrical response of metals to extreme pressures


June 2, 2014

education graphic Research published today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences makes it possible to predict how subjecting metals to severe pressure can lower their electrical resistance, a finding that could have applications in computer chips and other materials that could benefit from specific electrical resistance. Full Story

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