Faux particles commit physics faux pas - Science News Magazine


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Faux particles commit physics faux pas
Science News Magazine
WEYL STYLE In solids, groups of particles can act in concert, behaving like a single, fundamental type of particle, known as a fermion. One such type of quasiparticle, called a type-II Weyl fermion, breaks a fundamental rule of physics called Lorentz ...