It is the electrons in materials which govern many interesting and useful properties, from how metals conduct electricity and heat to more exotic phenomena such as magnetism and superconductivity.
I study the behaviour of electrons in materials by annihilating them with positrons (which are the anti-matter partners of electrons) and measuring the radiation that is produced. It is then possible to compare experimental reality with the predictions of quantum mechanics.
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