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Melting an entire iceberg with a hot poker: Spotting phase changes triggered by impurities




“What a curious feeling,” says Alice in Lewis Carroll’s tale, as she shrinks to a fraction of her size, and everything around her suddenly looks totally unfamiliar. Scientists too have to get used to these curious feelings when they examine matter on tiny scales and at low temperatures: all the behaviour we are used to seeing around us is turned on its head.




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Melting an entire iceberg with a hot poker: Spotting phase changes triggered by impurities

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