Correlated electrons ‘tango’ in a perovskite oxide at the extreme quantum limit

Scientists have found a rare quantum material in which electrons move in coordinated ways, essentially ‘dancing.’ Straining the material creates an electronic band structure that sets the stage for exotic, more tightly correlated behavior — akin to tangoing — among Dirac electrons, which are especially mobile electric charge carriers that may someday enable faster transistors.
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