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Laser cooling!

It's completely counterintuitive, but scientists at the Niels Bohr Institute have succeeded in cooling a semiconductor membrane to almost seven degrees above absolute zero, using a powerful laser we usually think of as only being able to burn.

Physicists have created an atomic gas with a sub-absolute-zero temperature for the very first time. Their technique opens the door to generating negative-Kelvin materials and new quantum devices, and it could even help to solve a cosmological mystery: dark energy. #physics

Ultracold atoms pave way for negative-Kelvin materials. Quantum gas goes below absolute zero

Electrons cooled close to absolute zero slow down so much that they can be studied individually

Electrons cooled close to absolute zero reveal their quantum nature - ScienceAlert

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Close to absolute zero, electrons exhibit their #quantum nature https://phys.org/news/2016-11-absolute-electrons-quantum-nature.html #science

Close to absolute zero, electrons exhibit their quantum nature

Interesting! "Exotic high-energy states that are hard to generate in the laboratory at positive temperatures become stable at negative absolute temperatures — “as though you can stand a pyramid on its head and not worry about it toppling over,” he notes — and so such techniques can allow these states to be studied in detail. “This may be a way to create new forms of matter in the laboratory,” Ketterle adds."

TIL Physicists were able to cool atomic gas below absolute zero at which point it displayed dark-energy like properties and seemingly defied gravity

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Science gets colder than absolute zero

Science gets colder than absolute zero

Researchers achieve temperatures colder than absolute zero

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