Phase transition from a composite fermion liquid to a Wigner solid in the lowest Landau level of ZnO


Interactions between the constituents of a condensed matter system can drive it through a plethora of different phases due to many-body effects. A prominent platform for this type of behavior is a two-dimensional electron system in a magnetic field, which evolves intricately through various gaseous, liquid and solids phases governed by Coulomb interaction… (More)


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