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The Extreme Light Infrastructure (ELI) project is dedicated to the investigation of light–matter interactions at high laser intensities and on short timescales.
Studying three Weyl semimetals of the same family — TaAs, TaP and NbP — reveals how the properties of Weyl points and Fermi arcs depend on the spin–orbit coupling and on surface conditions.
Porous solids comprising a self-entangled coiled polymer fibre or metal wire reversibly increase their volume when either stretched or compressed in an axial direction, possibly providing a new type of mechanical behaviour for tuning functional properties.
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