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Nuclear physics: The fastest-rotating fluid

20:31 EDT 2 Aug 2017 | Nature Publishing

A state of matter called a quark–gluon plasma is produced in energetic collisions of heavy ions. The rotation of this plasma has been measured for the first time, providing insights into the physics of the strong nuclear force. See Letter p.62

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