New Matter at Low Temperature

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Did Einstein have any theories other than relativity and E=mc squared?

New Matter at Low Temperature

A lesser known theory of Einstein involved the formation of new matter. His theory was that if atoms were cooled enough, the atoms would 'freeze' into a new state of matter. This state of matter was hypothesized to be more compact than a solid. True to form, this theory became fact in 1995, when physicists at the University of Colorado created this new matter in a carrot-size tube in their laboratory.



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