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  • Electrons are not enough: Cuprate superconductors defy convention

    Philip Phillips, a professor of physics and of chemistry at Illinois, and colleagues have found that something other than electrons carries the current in copper-containing superconductors known as cuprates.

    Philip Phillips, a professor of physics and of chemistry at Illinois, and colleagues have found that something other than electrons carries the current in copper-containing superconductors known as cuprates.

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  • Editor's note: To reach Philip Phillips, call 217-244-6703; email dimer@illinois.edu.
    The paper, “Absence of Luttinger’s Theorem due to Zeros in the Single-Particle Green Function,” is available online.