Energy, Spin, and Charge All in One

Neomi Lewis ‘21 The field of economics is constantly making strides to better manipulate and strategically implement properties of charged particles. Charged particles play instrumental roles in devising electronic devices. Most particles that are commonly used, however, only retain one property that can be manipulated. Researchers from Duke University now have reason to believe that “trions,” a quasiparticle, can also be controlled in useful ways. … Continue reading Energy, Spin, and Charge All in One