Imaging technique reveals electronic charges with single-atom resolution
Materials typically conduct electricity or insulate against it—so experimental and theoretical physicists have been captivated by a compound called samarium hexaboride (SmB6) that appears to do both. Numerous studies over the course of 50 years have revealed that SmB6 acts like an insulator as well as an electricity-conducting metal.
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