PROVIDENCE, R.I. — How do solids melt? Scientists have been trying to answer this deceivingly simple question for years. Now a team of researchers led by Brown University physicist Sean Ling has made a breakthrough discovery in a superconductor that will lead physicists closer to answering that question.
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