Physicists discover novel “hybrid topology” in elemental arsenic crystal

Physicists have observed a novel quantum effect termed “hybrid topology” in a crystalline material. This finding opens up a new range of possibilities for the development of efficient materials and technologies for next-generation quantum science and engineering. The finding, published in Nature, came when Princeton scientists discovered that an elemental solid crystal made of arsenic … Read more

Long-range quantum coherence observed in bismuth bromide topological insulator

In a groundbreaking experiment, physicists have recently observed long-range quantum coherence effects stemming from Aharonov-Bohm interference in a device based on topological insulators. This landmark discovery opens a new frontier in the realm of topological quantum physics and engineering, promising transformative possibilities for future technological development and our understanding of quantum information science. Published in … Read more