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Low Temperature and Condensed Matter Physics

LTCMP image Experiments in this area can reveal how organizing principles result from basic laws. They will show how adding stress (i.e., heating or cooling) to uniform systems will produce variations in which identifiable patterns can emerge. Studying states of matter (e.g., solid, liquid, gas) and the transition from one phase to another will help us understand how similar changes might have occurred in the early Universe, as well as improve such human activities as weather modeling, metallurgy, and oil field recoveries.

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