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    Condensed Matter Physics

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    Condensed Matter Physics, in its early conception, was not known by its more modern terminology but emanated from Solid State Physics. Comparable to Astronomy, Solid State Physics is the oldest subcategory of what we now refer to as Physics. Condensed-matter physics is broader and applies to concepts that work in solids, but could equally be applied to liquids: superconductivity vs. superfluidity, and soft-condensed matter. Condensed Matter Physics has contributed properties of materials including

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    Personal History

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    I am satisfied with what I have become; a student specializing in Physics with special interests in experimental Condensed Matter Physics. I grew up in a very small town. A town not fully developed; there were very few resources and not many quality schools to acquire a solid education. I had to pass an entrance exam to get into a good school for 8th grade at a time when most students in my town would drop out of school after 7th grade in order to search for work and support their families. My

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    One can always rely on studies of matter at the atomic scale to discover unique and unusual things. Given the way materials act under certain conditions, many times it seems one of these characteristics brings about the other, without explanation. It is this volatility and excitement that has solidified my continuous passion within this field and in my life’s endeavors. It is the curiosity of the unexpected, the search for a greater understanding of our world at the atomic scale, and in a dynamic

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    from high school in China, my family moved to America. I wished to pursue higher education in physics and aimed at developing a relatively high temperature of nano-scale superconductor. However, because I did not attend high school in America and did not speak perfect English, I attended a community college to understand U.S. education and better prepared myself for upper division physics. I majored in physics and gained a lot of valuable insights from my professor as I discussed with them. They told

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    I currently work in a research lab part of Ames Lab under the supervision of of a doctor. The research I am currently involved in is trying to find a ferromagnetic compound that reduces the amount of expensive rare earth used in industrial magnets. Currently the industrial standard for anisotropic Ferro magnets used in all types of consumer electronics is Nd2Fe14B. This has a ratio of 2 rare earth atoms to 15 non rare earth atoms. Our research group is trying to find a compound that lowers this ratio

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    An intense research into the structural, physical and transport properties of perovskite manganites with the general formula of R1-xAxMnO3 (where R-rare earth element like La, Pr, Nd, Sm, and A - divalent element like Sr, Ca, Ba, and Pb) has been of recent interest due to colossal magnetoresistance (CMR) discovery[1-3].Attempts have been made to control the effective of one electron band width which primarily governs the magnetic and transport properties of the manganites through doping at the R

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    Nano materials: An Introduction The Nano scale size regime (1-100nm) is observed as the intermediate size between macroscopic crystals (bulk materials) and atoms or molecules. Owing to their fixed energy levels and molecular homogeneity, atoms and small molecules have found widespread applications in areas such as remote sensing1, trace detection2, understanding atmospheric chemistry and have been the subject of investigation in mass spectrometry3 and gas phase laser spectroscopy4. On the other hand

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    States of Matter

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    Matter is defined as anything that occupies space and can be perceived by one or more senses; a physical body, a physical substance, or the universe as a whole. There are four distinct states of matter: solids, liquids, gases, and plasma. There are other states of matter such as Bose-Einstein condesates and neutron degenerate matter, but those states can only be found under extreme conditions. These phases can go from one to another when affected by certain things, which is known as phase changes

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    An Inside Look at Superconducting Qubits

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    Bibliography [1] Superconducting Qubits: A Short Review M. H. Devorety, A. Wallrafy, and J. M. Martinis yDepartment of Applied Physics, Yale University, New Haven, CT 06520 Department of Physics, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA 93106 October 11, 2004 [2] Quantum computation with superconducting qubits. Ognjen Malkoc June 10, 2013 [3] Superconducting Qubits and the Physics of Josephson Junctions John M. Martinis and Kevin Osborne [4] Neilson and Chuang, Quantum Computation and Quantum Informa-

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    graphene

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    Graphene, which discover by the Geim and Novoselov 1,is a material that is composed of a single layer of sp2 hybridized pure carbon atoms arranged in a regular hexagonal honeycomb pattern as shown in Figure 1. This material has unique mechanical, electrical, chemical and thermal properties which stimulate a huge research interest.2,3 Graphene also can be thought as a building block for the formation of fullerenes, carbon fibers, carbon nanotubes and graphite.1 Fig. 1. 2D Structure of single-layer

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