Scientists create sub-absolute-zero gas

01/4/2013 | Nature

Physicists have created an atomic gas that drops below absolute zero, opening possibilities of developing negative Kelvin materials. The quantum gas also mimics "dark energy," the phenomenon that helps the universe to expand against gravity, giving scientists a unique opportunity to unlock new cosmological secrets.

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