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+ - Quantum gas goes below absolute zero ->

Submitted by mromanuk
mromanuk (1318649) writes "It may sound less likely than hell freezing over, but physicists have created an atomic gas with a sub-absolute-zero temperature for the first time. Their technique opens the door to generating negative-Kelvin materials and new quantum devices, and it could even help to solve a cosmological mystery."
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