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Spin Berry curvature-enhanced orbital Zeeman effect in a kagome metal
Room-temperature flexible manipulation of the quantum-metric structure in a topological chiral antiferromagnet
Irreversible entropy transport enhanced by fermionic superfluidity
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Quantum sensing at the megabar frontier
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