Quantum Materials and Nuclear Materials

The label quantum materials that has come to signify the area of condensed-matter physics formerly known as strongly correlated electronic systems. Although the field is wide-ranging, a unifying theme is the discovery and investigation of materials whose electronic properties cannot be understood with concepts from contemporary condensed-matter physics. The rise of topological order as an emergent phenomenon in materials among the research community previously studying emergent phenomena in correlated systems is responsible for the term ‘quantum materials’. Industrial radiography, irradiators, well logging, gauging devices, other measuring systems, research and development, service providers, source material, special nuclear material are some of the industrial applications of nuclear materials.

Quantum materials are those that have strong electronic correlations and some type of electronic order be it a superconducting, magnetic order or materials whose electronic properties are linked to non-generic quantum effects, like topological insulators, dirac electron systems such as graphene. The collective properties of such systems are governed by genuinely quantum behavior, such as ultra-cold atoms, cold excitons, and polaritons etc. The metals such as uranium, plutonium, and thorium, in any form are referred as nuclear materials. 14% of the world's electricity is been generated by nuclear power.

  • Quantum Electronics
  • Quantum Magnetism‎
  • Quantum Phases‎
  • Quasiparticles‎
  • Fissile Material
  • Fertile Materials
  • Neutron Moderator

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