The structural mystery of scandium fluoride illustrated

Thursday, August 10, 2017 - 08:02 in Physics & Chemistry

Whoever said rules were made to be broken wasn't a physicist. When something doesn't act the way you think it should, either the rules are wrong, or there's new physics to be discovered. Which is exactly what UConn's Connor Occhialini, a senior honors student majoring in physics and math, found when he began researching scandium fluoride.

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